Diner Slide Presentation set for Dec. 6th, 2010

I am doing a new streamlined version of my Diner Slide Presentation at 7:00 pm on Monday, December 6th. It will be held at the Thomas Crane Public Library 40 Washington Street, Quincy, Mass.
(617-376-1301   –   http://www.thomascranelibrary.org)

Ironically, the main building of this library was designed by the noted architect H.H. Richardson making this the second slide show in a row I have presented in a Richardson designed building. The last one was at the end of July at the Ames Free Library in North Easton, Mass.

Built in 1881 by noted architect Henry Hobson Richardson — who also designed Boston’s famed Trinity Church — the Thomas Crane Public Library’s original building is a masterpiece of 19th century Romanesque architecture. Its ornate woodwork and LaFarge stained glass windows are truly works of art. Since the library opened in 1882, several additions have been constructed, including a multimillion-dollar addition in 2001 that combines the architectural spirit of the original Richardson building with the technological capabilities of a 21st century library.
(info from Quincy Green Map)

This slide presentation is sponsored by the Friends of Thomas Crane Public Library

4 thoughts on “Diner Slide Presentation set for Dec. 6th, 2010

  1. was just reading some of your older posts (looking for inspiration for a breakfast joint tomorrow morning) when this popped up on my reader feeder! I will try to be there. Thanks! Tim

  2. Wish I could be there to see your presentation, but alas, it is a work night for me and too far to travel to.
    Any chance a slide show with text or power point might make it to your blog?
    Good luck with the show.


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