For over 30 years, Tudor Hall has been home of the St. Mary's County Historical Society. The story behind the Historical Society's ownership of this historic treasure is one of community cooperation and individual generosity so typical of Southern Maryland.
Having served as the local library for thrity-sixyears, the library outgrew the space and moved to a new location. Tudor Hall's future was uncertain. Recognizing its historical and architectural significance in the early 1980s, the Historical Society stepped in and negotiated an agreement that brought together the Davidson heirs, the county government, a local lender, and many generous individuals in a plan to convey the property to the Society. For its part, the HIstorical Society agreed to preserve, renovate, and maintain the structure and make it available to the public.
To help the Historical Society achieve its goals and fulfill its mission, please consider contributing to one of our campaigns and help anyway you can. Just as our community came together in 1985, please consider joining with us today.
The St Mary's County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, donations to which are deductible to the full extent of the law. This Historical Society’s current financial statement is available upon request. Information submitted to the State of Maryland under the Charitable Solicitations Act is available from the Office of the Secretary of State for the cost of copying and postage.