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Tea & Talk – “Posting It, or Networking, Victorian Style” 4:00 pm
Tea & Talk – “Posting It, or Networking, Victorian Style”
Jul 2 @ 4:00 pm
Prof. Catherine Jean Golden will reveal the story of a little-known revolution with her presentation.  It started in early 19th century Britain when the recipient, not the sender, paid to...
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Tea & Talk – “Downton Abbey Style: The Influences on Fashion, 1912 – 1925” 4:00 pm
Tea & Talk – “Downton Abbey Style: The Influences on Fashion, 1912 – 1925”
Jul 9 @ 4:00 pm
Downton Abbey Style: The Influences on Fashion, 1912 – 1925 is the subject behind what historic textile and costume expert Susan J. Jerome calls “the notable evolution of women’s and...
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Ghost Hunt – “A Spirited Evening” 7:00 pm
Ghost Hunt – “A Spirited Evening”
Jul 12 @ 7:00 pm – 11:45 pm
Join David Raby for a paranormal investigation of the historic and haunted Ventfort Hall.  A non-fiction author and paranormal investigator, Raby has always been intrigued by history. He undauntedly enters...
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Tea & Talk – “Lenox Rusticators on the Maine Coast” 4:00 pm
Tea & Talk – “Lenox Rusticators on the Maine Coast”
Jul 16 @ 4:00 pm
Historians Cornelia Brooke Gilder and Ronald Epp will join together to present the story of the impact the Berkshires had on the development of the Acadia National Park on Mount...
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Tea & Talk – “After Emily: The Women Who Introduced Emily Dickinson” 4:00 pm
Tea & Talk – “After Emily: The Women Who Introduced Emily Dickinson”
Jul 23 @ 4:00 pm
Mabel Loomis Todd was the woman who brought to light the work of a reclusive but highly talented poet. Prof. Julie Dobrow will discuss After Emily: The Women Who Introduced...
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Tea & Talk – “John White Alexander: An American Gilded Age Artist” 4:00 pm
Tea & Talk – “John White Alexander: An American Gilded Age Artist”
Jul 30 @ 4:00 pm
Considered on a par with John Singer Sargent and William Merritt Chase, the once acclaimed portrait painter John White Alexander is especially recognized for his figure paintings of women striking...
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