The Washington Post
By Rosalind S. Helderman
January 30, 2009
In the Maryland State House, the nation’s oldest continuously operating legislative building, there are a lot of rooms whose use has changed over time.
One ornate space just inside the door that is now devoted to a museum was once the Senate chamber, where George Washington resigned his commission in the Continental Army. What was once the meeting place for the House of Delegates now houses a series of important paintings of Maryland’s founding family.
And then there’s Frank Perrelli’s office.