Sunday Afternoon Lectures, 1951

What a lovely way to spend a late Sunday afternoon in the fall. I would go to all of these, if only for the chance to ask questions afterwards.

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Bonus: Do you see what I see?

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5 Responses to Sunday Afternoon Lectures, 1951

  1. joni says:

    umpteen styles of outdoor lamps, most of which you’ve researched and piqued our interest about, and, as usual, none of them match in this picture??

    • Melissa Kean says:

      Yes! It’s a weird spot where two lines of different styles cross. I was interested to see that the German High Hat style dominated the Boston Globes in the battle for lamp post supremacy. Special treat coming tomorrow . . .

  2. Charles says:

    Is Mrs. Drew Katherine Drew?

  3. Katherine Eggert says:

    I get a kick out of the altered title of Carroll Camden’s lecture. His classic book “The Elizabethan Woman” was about to be published (1952), so I’m guessing he decided just to excerpt something out of the manuscript rather than write a whole new piece.

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