About the Society
The Society was founded June 22, 1976 as The Society for the Restoration of the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Home. The home was placed on the Register of Historical Places, Oct. 1, 1974. The property was deeded to the Society by the Maryland Historical Trust, March 3, 1983. On March 26, 1981 the name was changed to the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Society, Inc. The Society is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the historic Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Home. The Society encourages research into the role that this historic site played at the time of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
Revenue from members and visitors is contributed toward preserving the house and grounds. The history of the house, its furnishings, and the Mudd family, is proved by volunteer docents who conduct the tours. Other items of interest can be found in the exhibit building. In the gift shop visitors will find books containing historical information during this period of American History.
Membership and Dues
The Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Society invites you to join!
All members are entitled to vote at meetings and to hold office in the Society. Other benefits include free admission to the museum site, Quarterly Newsletter, membership card, and tax write-off.
The society has several types of membership:
To join the Society, contact Membership Chairman, Mr. Henry Mudd, 3725 Dr. Samuel Mudd Road, Waldorf, MD 20601.