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It is believed that the Malachi Mills House, which sits at 1504 West Baltimore Street in Southwest Baltimore dates back to the 1820s. The Southwest Partnership plans to restore it and turn it into a museum.

It is believed that the Malachi Mills House, which sits at 1504 West Baltimore Street in Southwest Baltimore dates back to the 1820s. The Southwest Partnership plans to restore it and turn it into a museum.

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Southwest Partnership Plans To Turn Home Of Free Black Man Into Museum

Executive Director Michael Seipp says among the more intriguing projects is the home that sits at 1504 West Baltimore Street. It is believed that the home dates back to the 1820s, which makes it among the oldest in the district. What’s more, it may be the only frame house in the area; and was once owned by Malachi Mills, a free African American carpenter.