2022 05 19
Afternoon tea talks at the Salmagundi Club: Esther Crain
parlor gallery
POSTPONED

Date

POSTPONED
New date in the Fall coming soon

Location

Parlor gallery

Admission

Open to the public
Reservations are required for all attendees
$25 | General admission
Free | Salmagundi and affiliate members with promo code
The promo code will be sent in an email to all members, and can also be requested by contacting info@salmagundi.org

In Conversation: Esther Crain

Author of New York City in the Gilded Age 1870-1910 and New York City in 3-D in the Gilded Age, and creator of Ephemeral New York.

Join us for an afternoon in the Gilded Age and a proper cup of tea!

Esther Crain, author and creator of Ephemeral New York, will discuss a number of aspects of the Gilded Age period in New York City along with some of the more curious and fascinating subjects she has covered on her popular website exploring New York City history.

There will be an interview and audience Q&A, followed by a reception featuring afternoon tea with sweet and savory treats.

Note

A limited number of copies of New York in the Gilded Age 1870-1910 will be available for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to purchase copies in advance wherever books are sold. Esther Crain will be delighted to sign any pre-purchased copies of her book.

Sponsor

Moderated by Carl Raymond,
host of The Gilded Gentleman history podcast

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[…] Thursday May 19 at 3:30 pm, I’ll be speaking at the Salmagundi Club as part of their Afternoon Tea Talks monthly series. Inside this art and social organization’s beautiful brownstone parlor at 47 Fifth Avenue, […]

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