"Glass House of Dreams" In The News
Currently on Display...
Glass House of Dreams: Baltimore's Victorian Palace in the
Exhibit at The Orangery of the Historic Hampton House
See the beautiful Glass House of Dreams
exhibit in this larger-than-life display. A future book
signing and lecture on historic glass houses is being planned
now by the National Park Service at Hampton National Historic
Site. Check www.historichampton.org for dates.
Highlights of Spring 2012...
• Chaired Spring Silent Auction, District IV Federated Garden
Clubs of Maryland
• Chaired Hampton Arts Initiative inaugural event, April
20th. Over 300 in attendance!
• Lectured and signed books at Mount Royal Garden Club,
Evergreen Garden Club of Harford County, DAR and the Rotary
Club of Baltimore.
Glass House of Dreams was featured in spring
issue of Washington Gardener Magazine. A dream
come true. I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity
to work with so many wonderful organizations that are committed
to such amazing work. I share their passion for history,
preservation, and of course, gardening! Thank you again
for all the encouragement and support.
Sincerely, Margaret "Peggy"
STYLE MAGAZINE, By Kathy Hudson
..."GLASS DREAMER: Margaret Stansbury
championed the renovation of the Conservatory in Druid Hill
Park, then wrote a book about it."
TANGLEWOOD CONSERVATORIES BLOG
..."The landmark custom greenhouse conservatory
in Druid Hill Park in Baltimore is the subject of a new
book. “Glass House of Dreams; Baltimore’s Victorian Glass
Palace In The Park” by Margaret Haviland Stansbury and photographer
David Simpson was just released by Palm House Publishing.."
BALTIMORE SUN, By Susan Reimer
..."Druid Hill Park Conservatory greenhouse
is a whimsical collection of glass, curved steel and light."
BALTIMORE SUN, By Fred Rasmussen
..."Glass House of Dreams"
is an extraordinary pictorial history of Baltimore's Conservatory
in Druid Hill Park, extolling the beauty of what might be
the second oldest such structure in the United States."