Anne Hollmuller

Anne Hollmuller is a BA/MA Candidate in History at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She also studies French and Museum Studies, and hails from Long Island, New York. Her experiences in historical work have ranged from the compilation and recording of mobile audio tours to creating a digital exhibition through the use of archival research, and she is eager to gain new experiences working on the Boundary Stones blog. In her copious spare time, she is an environmental activist on her campus and is perpetually exclaiming the deleterious effects of climate change and the importance of sustainable living. Outside of her academic interests, she is an Arts & Entertainment reporter for the JHU News-Letter, and can often be found watching prestige films at her favorite place in Baltimore, the Charles Theatre. 

Posts by Anne Hollmuller

The Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial Dedication Birds Eye

To the average visitor, the Lincoln Memorial appears to be a timeless part of the National Mall. However, this classical commemoration to the sixteenth president was dedicated less than one hundred years ago, in the presence of Civil War veterans, Robert Todd Lincoln, two Presidents and a crowd of thousands.