Slayton Show House chosen to be featured...


Slayton Show House chosen to be featured in magazine's tour

The Historic Annapolis Foundation's Slayton Show House has been selected by Traditional Home magazine to be featured on the magazine's 1997 Showhouse Tour.

The house at 112 Duke of Gloucester St., which will be open for tours in Annapolis Friday through May 18, will be one of four prestigious show houses spotlighted on this national tour.

Tickets for tours of the Slayton Show House will be $12 ($10 for prepaid or group tour purchases).

A lecture series May 2 will feature Traditional Home magazine editor-in-chief Karol DeWulf Nickell; British interior designer Nina Campbell; British garden designer Rosemary Verey; and American garden designer Phillip Watson.

Information: 267-7619 or the Historic Annapolis Foundation's Web site at http: //

Pub Date: 4/14/97

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