Preservation Pioneers and the
50th Anniversary of the National Historic Landmark District
Preservation Pioneers are gathered at the Brice House in Annapolis to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Historic Landmark District in the 18th century city of Annapolis, a celebration organized by the city government of Annapolis.
Lunch was served in the library and then awards were given out. The first awardee was Joseph Martin Pickett Wright, the eldest son of St.Clair Wright (seated front row, right hand side in the photograph), in her honor. Next was Pringle Symonds who was both past president and vice president of Historic Annapolis Incorporated. Pringle Symonds was followed by Alice Randall, Susan Carter and Minor Carter, Janet Hall, Judith Homorsky, Jean Russo all of whom volunteered with Historic Annapolis Incorporated. Orlando Ridout’s award was accepted by his daughter Molly Ridout. Loni Moyer represented her father the late Mayor Roger ‘Pip’ Moyer. Senator Joe Tydings (front row, on the left in the photograph) accepted his award as did Gavin Denhardt, an Annapolis resident who served on the city’s first Historic District Commission.