Mourning in the Morning Lectures

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Mourning in the Morning: Abelard Reynolds and America's First Indoor Mall

Mourning in the Morning – Abelard Reynolds and America’s First Indoor Mall

March 21, 2022

The city of Rochester is well known for its innovators and inventors, but did you know that the city was the home of the largest and most expensive building in […]

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Mourning in the Morning: Seldens Seldom Remembered: An Illustrious Family of Groundbreakers and Innovators

Seldens Seldom Remembered: An Illustrious Family of Groundbreakers and Innovators

February 14, 2022

Presented by Sally Millick. Hailing from Connecticut and settling in early 19th century Rochester, the Selden family was known for keen legal and judicial minds as well as technical innovation. […]

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The Rochester Riot 1872

Mourning in the Morning – The Rochester Riot of 1872

January 8, 2022

The recording of the talk is now available on the Rochester Public Library YouTube page: https://youtu.be/lR9CqPVAZa4. Rochester was the center of national attention in November 1872 with the arrest of Susan […]

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The Friends of Mount Hope are proud to welcome Christopher Brandt to host our October Morning in the Morning presentation on Saturday

Christopher Brandt to Host Our October Mourning in the Morning Presentation

October 4, 2021

The Friends of Mount Hope are proud to welcome Christopher Brandt to host our October Morning in the Morning presentation on Saturday, October 9th at 10:30 am at the Central […]

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A Nation of Joiners: Regalia and the History of Fraternalism in America

February 19, 2021

Presented by Dennis Carr Saturday, February 1310:30 a.m.A ZOOM program presented in partnership with the Central Library From the early nineteenth through the twentieth century the symbols and emblems of […]

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Lillian D. Wald: Rochester’s Renaissance Woman

January 9, 2021

Saturday, January 9th on Zoom — 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.Presented by Patricia Corcoran Working with the Central Library, the Friends are pleased to announce that the “Mourning in the Morning” […]

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