The Long Room: For the Entertainment of Friends and Strangers
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Reinterpreting a Revolutionary Space
Join Fraunces Tavern Museum in celebrating the legacy of the Long Room with a discussion about the history and significance of taverns throughout the Revolutionary Era.
In this special presentation, Education & Public Programs Coordinator Mary Tsaltas-Ottomanelli will sit down with former Fraunces Tavern Museum Guest Curator Kym S. Rice. Rice will offer a glimpse into her journey to open the museum-wide exhibition Early American Taverns: For the Entertainment of Friends and Strangers in 1983. She will also discuss the role taverns played throughout the 18th century and take a look at life inside an urban tavern.
Venue: Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street
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