Anne St. Clair Wright papers
Anne St. Clair Wright was a founder of Historic Annapolis, Inc., today the Historic Annapolis Foundation. She served four terms as president, and later as chair and chair emeritus of the Board, and chair of the William Paca Garden Restoration Committee. Her leadership and influence greatly impacted the historic preservation movement in Annapolis and other historic towns and cities, for which she received numerous awards and recognition. The Anne St. Clair Wright papers consist of materials documenting her work with Historic Annapolis, as well as her personal life and other historic preservation interests. These materials include memos and correspondence, minutes and agendas, reports, research notes, administrative and financial files, writings, historic site files, photographs, publications, and newspaper clippings.
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