‘Moveable Feasts’ at MSV New exhibit shows Glass and Taylor lifestyle at Glen Burnie

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Posted: February 26, 2013

The Winchester Star

Janie Casrscallen (above), registrar/collections manager with the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley places a silver sauceboat on the dining table part of the new exhibit, “A Moveable Feasts: Entertaining at Glen Burnie.” Cory Garman (right) , exhibitions manager, places Sibyl on a pedestal as part of the exhibit. She was borrowed from the family cemetery in the gardens. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Janie Carscallen (above), registrar/collections manager with the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, places a silver sauceboat on the dining table part of the new exhibit “Moveable Feasts: Entertaining at Glen Burnie.” Cory Garman (right), exhibitions manager, places Sibyl on a pedestal as part of the exhibit. She was borrowed from the family cemetery in the gardens. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
The new exhibit at the Museum of the Shenadoah Valley is Moveable Feasts: Entertaining at Glen Burnie. Visitors walk through the garden experiencing times when Glen Burnie owner, Julian Wood Glass Jr. entertained guests for cocktail parties, brunches, teas and dinners. Displays include lavish dinner settings and personnel items belonging to Glass, such as a Cartier pocket watch, cigarette case, and tuxedo. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
The new exhibit at the Museum of the Shenadoah Valley is “Moveable Feasts: Entertaining at Glen Burnie.” Visitors walk through the garden experiencing times when Glen Burnie owner Julian Wood Glass Jr. entertained guests for cocktail parties, brunches, teas and dinners. Displays include lavish dinner settings and personal items belonging to Glass, such as a Cartier pocket watch, cigarette case and tuxedo. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

Winchester — In the 1960s and ’70s, Glen Burnie was a beacon of entertaining and gracious living.

The house’s owner, Julian Wood Glass Jr., and his partner, R. Lee Taylor, made meals not just a…



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