Baltimore House opens for German emigrant once again
Millions of immigrants arrived at the port of Baltimore longing for a better life. On Monday, September 1, 2014,Labor Day, from 5pm to 8pm we invite the public to join us as we commemorate these immigrants journey by welcoming, actress Esther Steinbrecher, who accompanies the traveling exhibition Utopia – Revisiting a German State in America. The Immigrant House at the Baltimore Immigration Memorial, will re-open for one day only!
The Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, the German-American Heritage Museum and the Traveling Summer Republic invites everyone to spend three hours with Steinbrecher. She is part of the Utopia exhibit with her “temporary” travel agency “Muss i denn Tours & Cargo Trips”. In her luggage she brings a lot of mysterious objects sent from overseas. Precious cargo sent from visitors of the Utopia exhibit in Germany, to find a new home and a better life here in America. Come see what they sent! The event will be at the bottom of Hull Street at the water’s edge and at the nearby Immigrant House on Beason Street.
For a Press Release on this event Muss I denn in Washington,DC