A couple select publications, historical paintings, and historical greeting cards.  Check back soon for more merchandise!

  • Historic Almshouse - Matted print, with Certificate of Authenticity
    Limited edition print in 16×20″ acid-free double-mat (20 available). Other sizes are also available.
    By Martha Hendrickson
    $150 – Call to purchase, 410-666-1878
    3rd Baltimore County Almshouse



  • Greeting Cards – Baltimore County Historical Society Almshouse & Outbuildings
    By Martha Hendrickson
    $12.00 for a pack of eight, plus $4 shipping


  •  Steeple Chase behind Sparks Agricultural School – framed
    By Elizabeth Cockey
    $400 plus tax and shipping


  • Greeting Cards – Historic Scenes of Baltimore County
    By Elizabeth Cockey
    $8.00 for a pack of six, plus $4 shipping



  • Baltimore County: Historical Reflections and Favorite Scenes [Paperback Book]
    Authored & Illustrated by Barton & Elizabeth Cockey, this is an illustrative history revealing alluring aspects of Baltimore County, Maryland, through art and text.  Here are quintessential images of our homes and farms, our treasured landscapes, our storied past, and pieces of Baltimore County’s fascinating history. A portion of every purchase through us helps support our mission.







  • Baltimore County: Celebrating a Legacy [Hardback Book with Historic Sites Map Included]
    By: Barry A. Lanman
    Dr. Barry Lanman, Director of the Martha Ross Center for Oral History at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, compiled this wonderful commemorative book in honor of the 350th anniversary of Baltimore County.The publication is more than 300 pages in length, and contains more than 400 photographs, most previously unpublished. It is divided into chapters by topics including: Homes & Estates, Aviation & Aerospace, Commerce & Industry, Education, Agriculture, Religion, and many more.  It features contributions and quotes from Baltimore County residents themselves.The Historical Society of Baltimore County gratefully acknowledges former County Executive James T. Smith, the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, and the Office of Community Conservation for its support and funding.