Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in Lancaster

Thursday, November 11th, 2010
1 p.m.

204 North Prince Street
Lancaster, PA
(717) 396-7833

Jackson Taylor will speak about his book The Blue Orchard to the community at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. Hosted by Craig Lauer. Free and open to the public.

Dauphin County Historical Society and Midtown Scholars Bookstore

Thursday, November 11th, 2010
7 p.m.

1302 North Third Street
Harrisburg, PA
(across from the Broad Street Market).

Join Jackson Taylor and Chef Joseph Randall Jr. in conversation with Calobe Jackson at the Dauphin County Historical Society and Midtown Scholars Bookstore.

Joseph Randall Jr.’s father is a prominent character in the book The Blue Orchard, and will discuss his father’s life. Together, he and Jackson will discuss the history of politics in Harrisburg during the last century.

Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference

MARAC comprises over 1,000 archivists and records managers from historical institutions all over the eight states of the mid-atlantic region, from New York to Virginia and the District of Columbia. Our Luncheon Speaker Mr. Jackson Taylor will address how he went about doing the research for his book The Blue Orchard, and touch upon how local archives helped in the process, then take questions.

Conference Guests Only

Friday, November 12, 2010
Noon
Harrisburg Hilton
Second and Market Streets

Older Posts »