Baltimore's Poe House Faces Fiscal Difficulties with Loss of City Funds

Several days ago, the New York Times reported on Baltimore's fiscally troubled Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum. For the second year in a row, the city of Baltimore has withheld funding from the small museum, which has long been a victim of geography as it is located in an economically depressed neighborhood far from the usual tourist destinations. Read the NYT article here.

To support the Poe House through a donation, purchase of a block print of The Raven (Forevermore) by the artist Gaia or to sign a petition asking the mayor of Baltimore to restore funding to the museum, follow this link:

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