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See how colonial craftsmen created eye-catching marbled papers. Watch as R. P. Hale floats pigments in water, swirls the colors, then transfers the designs to paper. It may look like magic but Hale will explain the very real science behind this fascinating phenomenon.Find out more »
John Craig Hammond, Associate Professor of History, Penn State University, New Kensington. All lectures are free and take place at Old South Meeting House: 310 Washington Street at the corner of Milk Street in downtown Boston. Sign Language interpretation is available upon request (with advance notice.) Wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening devices are available. Accessible by MBTA. Use State or Downtown Crossing Stops.Find out more »
Diane Lent brings to life Harriet Revere, one of Paul Revere’s 16 children. Join her in reminiscing about her father’s dramatic life, the adventures of her many siblings, nieces, and nephews, and growing up in the historic North End. Performances at 1:00, 1:45 and 2:30Find out more »
Did you know Paul Revere worked as an engraver? Using similar technology R. P. Hale produces copies of his own wood block image of the Revere House on a hand-cranked press. Prints (available for sale) are only made at the Revere House.Find out more »