Lecture About Revolutionary Legends in Chatham
History lovers, students of any age and enthusiasts of the Revolutionary War era are sure to be fascinated by a lecture titled, “From Tempe Wick to Betsy Schuyler: Legends of Revolutionary Morristown.” Speaker Jim DelGiudice, an adjunct professor at the County College of Morris and a photojournalist, will give a talk in the Library of the Chathams on Saturday, June 13 from 2 to 3:15PM. Topics will include information about George Washington’s years in Morristown along with other stories of American heroes who overcame incredible odds to keep the new nation alive.
A lifetime resident of Morris County, Jim DelGiudice has documented the New Jersey scene for over 20 years. His architectural photography books published by Rutgers University Press and his lectures at Drew University have won him the state’s Historic Preservation Award three times. Jim was also cited by both state and county legislatures for his lifetime contribution to the arts. In addition to his role as adjunct assistant professor at the County College of Morris, he is an adjunct lecturer at Columbia University as well as a speaker for adult and professional groups around the metropolitan area.
For more information about this free event call 973-635-0603. The Library of The Chathams is located at 214 Main Street.
Historic talks at the Library of the Chathams are one of the ways this town keeps its citizens engaged and informed on numerous topics both past and present. If living in a town like Chatham appeals to you, contact the Chatham Office of Turpin Real Estate at 973-635-5555 or 877-788-7746. We are always happy to talk with you about Chatham homes for sale, neighborhoods in Chatham or luxury real estate in New Jersey.