On The Record
Heading into World War II, cork was essential in planes, ships, subs--and countless other tools of war. When a year’s supply of cork went up in flames at Crown Cork and Seal’s factory in Highlandtown, it was a threat to national security. We speak to David Taylor, author of ----Cork Wars: Intrigue and Industry in World War II----.Then, David London of the Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture tells us about an immersive exhibit that transports visitors back in time 200-years, to the studio of Rembrandt Peale, the museum’s founder. Find more information about ----Time Travel Tours---- here.
On The Record
When Cork Was Modern; Time Travel at the Peale Center
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