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Fast Frederick Facts

Dr. Ulysses Bourne, Sr. co-founded the first hospital for blacks at 173 West All Saints Street in Frederick in 1919. He also was a founder of the Maryland Negro Medical Association and served as its first president.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

“I love working at the Historical Society of Frederick County because I get to teach and learn at the same time.”

Volunteers in the GardenThe Historical Society of Frederick County relies on volunteers to help fulfill its mission. Volunteering with the Historical Society is a fun, social, opportunity to learn more about local history and make new friends. Training is provided, so no experience is necessary.

Each volunteer opportunity is unique and the Historical Society will help you choose the right one for your interests and schedule.

Volunteer Benefits
 -10% Discount in Bookstore
 -Discounts on Bus Tours & Special Events
 -Education Enrichment Opportunities
 -Train with Professional Staff
 -Annual Recognition Event
 -Docent News (newsletter)

Download the volunteer brochure (PDF, 652K) for more information.

If you're interested in volunteering or would like more information, please contact Jennifer Winter at jwinter@frederickhistory.org or 301-663-1188 x104.

 

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