The Robbins Hunter Museum will present a talk on the pop-culture afterlife of Mark Twain.
The GHS is proud to present a look back at the amazing history of Granville's Opera House. Several members of the community will share memories of their experiences in the building, and a long-time volunteer firefighter will be telling the story of its final demise in the fire of 1982. Audience members are encouraged to bring their memories and experiences of the Opera House to share as well. Join us in the Amelia Room at Kendal at Granville for this presentation. Light refreshments will be served.
Bryn Du Mansion presents a talk on Lancaster's William Tecumseh Sherman
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The Granville Historical Society revived its "What Is It?" Game during this year's Candlelight Walk with visitors trying to identify objects from the collection dating back to the 1800s and up to the 1950s. As promised, here are the answers for the curious and for those who were brave enough to put their knowledge of old-time objects to the test.
Share your Granville photographs with the GHS on our Scan-and-Share day, Nov. 5.
Join us for "Memories of Broadway" on Oct. 18 at 7:00.
The Robbins Hunter presents a lecture by Jeff Gill on Victoria Woodhull and the free love debate.