4 05, 2022

MM On-Demand: A Look ‘Behind the Scenes’ Look at Writing w/ Allen Ottens (04/04/2022)

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A 'Behind the Scenes' Look at Writing Ever wondered how to write a book and get it published? Allen Ottens, Manuscript Society Trustee and Author of "General John A. Rawlins: No Ordinary Man", will share his firsthand publishing knowledge, along with his expertise on the life and times of American [...]

19 04, 2022

Collecting Manuscripts – From Beginning to End

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Spencer Stuart Manuscript Monday – The Life Cycle of Collections Monday, May 2, 2022 - 8:00 PM Eastern In this third Manuscript Monday, join Collections Advisor, Spencer W. Stuart, as he discusses the life cycle of collections and the collectors who build them. Moderated by Manuscript Monday host, [...]

4 04, 2022

Archaeology Never Stops – Colonial Williamsburg

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Archaeology Never Stops: Neither rain, hail, sleet or snow, heat, bugs or more will keep the archaeologists at Colonial Williamsburg from continuing their work. Three Locations are the focus: Custis Square.  An early 18th-century garden site that Virginia plantation owner and statesman that John Custis IV planted. First Baptist Church [...]

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