Stiverson to lead directors of London Town Foundation

News Digest

August 30, 1998

Gregory A. Stiverson has been appointed executive director of the London Town Foundation board of directors. He comes to the foundation after 20 years as assistant state archivist and three years as manager of public affairs and training for the state comptroller's office.

Stiverson has written or edited nearly 40 books and articles on Maryland history, including a biography of Maryland's signer of the Declaration of Independence, William Paca, and a Maryland history textbook for high school students.

The London Town Foundation was set up in 1993 to operate and interpret the historic site of London Town on the South River. The town flourished from 1683 through the mid-18th century.

Pub Date: 8/30/98

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