Another series of markers was erected in 1932 by the DAR to mark "The General's Highway," the route of General Washington's journey, December 3-23, 1783, from New York to Annapolis to resign as commander-in-chief of the first American army. Designed with a silhouette of Washington at the top, one of the original series stands in Baltimore City at the Johns Hopkins Medical School building on Broadway:
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