ARE YOUR HISTORICAL SOCIETY PICTURE FILES BULGING WITH INCREDIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUR TOWN ?
ARE YOUR LIBRARY PATRONS INTERESTED TO LOCAL HISTORY?
If you would like to learn more about 19th and early 20th century town photographers in Vermont, and the context in which they worked, consider booking photographer and local historian FORREST HOLZAPFEL of Marlboro through THE VERMONT HUMANITIES COUNCIL SPEAKERS BUREAU for an entertaining, thought-provoking event at your historical society.
The slide presentation “The Town Photographer in Vermont” is intended for general audiences and
• Demonstrates the larger context in which your local photographers worked, and how their photographs have defined Vermont’s social and landscape history.
• Shows the type of camera equipment these photographers used.
• Displays examples of Forrest’s photographic project on Marlboro.
PLEASE BRING EXAMPLES OF YOUR LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORK FROM YOUR FILES FOR A COLLABORATIVE DISCUSSION ABOUT THEIR PICTURES.
For more information, or for booking this event: Contact Form
This and all VHC Speakers Bureau programs require a small booking fee, but otherwise are paid for by the VHC. If you have never booked a speaker through the VHC Speakers Bureau or would like more information and listings of programs offered, contact
The Vermont Humanities Council
200 Park Street
Morrisville, VT 05661-8659