VIRTUAL PROGRAM – Contemplating the sheer age of a city like Charleston, a certain degree of loss is not only expected, it is unavoidable. As it is said, though, not all that is lost is forgotten, and Charlestonians have long memories. Through historic records, plats, maps and modern archaeology, the “Holy City” still holds onto these once quite prominent spaces and places, now mostly torn down, burned up, paved over or otherwise just vanished. Join Grahame Long, Director of Museums for Historic Charleston Foundation and author of Lost Charleston for a closer examination of that which once was. Books are available for advance sale.
Food for Thought Luncheon Lecture Series:
This is an event in the Food for Thought Lecture Series. Due to COVID concerns, these lectures will be virtual through April 5th. On April 5th, lectures will resume in person at the historic Captain James Missroon House, c. 1808. Please visit the website for additional webinars and in-person Food For Thought Lectures.
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benefit the preservation and advocacy initiatives of Historic Charleston Foundation.
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