Maryland Museum of Military History

The Maryland Center for Military History provides several different services:
Historical research support to the Joint Force Headquarters/Joint Task Force support mobilizing and demobilizing units of the MDNG and an operationally deployed JFHQ (JTF)
Document wars, contingencies, and significant events
Manage Hancock Memorial Library and Witte Memorial 29th Division Archives
Manage field history programs
Manage lineage and honors, including unit heraldry
Manage the MDNG historical property collection
Manage the Maryland Museum of Military History


Fifth Regiment Armory

29th Division St 

Baltimore, MD 21201

The Maryland Military Department Center for Military History consists of:

​The Maryland Museum of Military History

Museum Curator: Barbara Taylor
Phone: 667-296-3470
For information pertaining to donations, please contact the Museum Curator.

The Maryland Military Historical Research Center

Archivist: Edward Heimiller
667-296-3470 (O)

The Historical Research Center consists of the Witte Memorial Archives of the 29th Division and the Hancock Memorial Library. 

To visit the center, please schedule an appointment. 

The Office of the Command Historian

Command Historian: Dr. Julie Shively
Phone: 667-296-3471
*Documents historically significant events, operations, exercises, and organizational changes. 
*Leads field history programs and unit staff rides.
*Conducts and assists in the research of historical records pertaining to events and people of the Maryland National Guard. 
*Develops educational programs and material for educators and school groups. 

Maryland Museum of Military History

The Maryland Museum of Military History is open:
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM - However, please call ahead to confirm. 
For guided tours, please schedule three days prior to the desired date of the tour. 
For other days and hours, and for using the Center's archives, please schedule an appointment. 

Telephone: 667-296-3470

All offices are closed for state and federal holidays. ​

For general inquiries, please email:​


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