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If you are relocating to Bowie, MD, in the near future you need Movers USA expert assistance in planning your move. Movers USA is a full service company with competitive prices and exceptional services. Our sales moving consultants are just a click away or you can call Moves USA at any time. We look forward to hearing from you.

Check out our brief history of the Bowie, MD, area

 Enjoy Bowie's earliest history at the Belair Mansion (circa 1745), the beautiful five-part Georgian plantation house of Samuel Ogle, Provincial Governor of Maryland. Enlarged in 1914 by the New York architectural firm of Delano and Aldrich, the Mansion was also the home of William Woodward, famous horseman in the first half of the 20th century. Restored to reflect is 250-year old legacy, the Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The house reflects the private occupants from 1747 to 1957. Featured among the collection are a number of important family objects. Paintings of the Four Seasons, owned by Governor Samuel Ogle (1694-1752), hang in the hall where they first hung 250 years ago. Painted by Philippe Mercier (1689-1760), principal painter to the Prince of Wales, they have a family tradition of having been a gift from Lord Baltimore, Proprietor of the Colony of Maryland. Also featured is silver, engraved "B.O." either for Governor Benjamin Ogle (1749-1809), Maryland State governor from 1798-1800, or his son, the owner of Belair from 1796 until his death in 1844. Other furnishings include pieces made by John Shaw of Annapolis, a craftsman employed by the Ogles, and a portrait of Anne Tasker Ogle's brother, Col. Benjamin Tasker (1720-1760), painted by John Wollaston in Annapolis, circa 1752. Items from the Woodward period include privately issued prints of the famous Belair Stud Thoroughbred race horses, and a 1932 bronze of Triple Crown winner Gallant Fox by Eleanor Iselin Wade (b. 1910).

The Mansion, located at 12207 Tulip Grove Drive, is open Wednesday through Sunday from noon - 4 p.m., and for groups of 10 or more by appointment. A donation is requested at the door. Belair is available for rentals, weddings, receptions and other functions for groups of up to 75 persons. For information on rentals or to schedule a group tour, call the Mansion at  301-809-3089 .


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