HISTORIC D L AL RSHFIE SOCIETY MA E st abli s hed 1i913porated 1967 n r co the Marshfield Historical Society Pro-Am Historical Highlights Sunday Afternoon Lectures hosted by reed and virginia stewart october 18, 2009, 2pM noveMber 15, 2009, 2pM professor eugene Jackson on ray aMorosi on tuskegee the history of airMen the old in wwii MacoMber Honoring Marshfield’s veterans with Eugene Jackson, house a World War II Tuskegee airman and Marshfield resident, telling of his experiences. This Summer Street structure is one of the oldest Also, excerpts will be read from the Saipan residences in Marshfield c 1638. It was set afire during wartime diary of long-time Rexhame summer resident, the King Philip’s war in 1675. Jim O’Brien, a tank repair mechanic in the Navy. deceMber 20th, 2009,2pM January 17, 2010, 2pM dorothy bicknell on faith Jean on the flying santa, history of edward rowe brant rock snow Mr. Snow’s daughter will talk about author Faith Jean, longtime resident of Brant Rock and active in Edward Rowe Snow’s role in the Flying Santa project town governance, will discuss the colorful and rich which delivered Christmas presents to lighthouses history of this fishing center, vacation destination and for over 40 years. Aimed at families with young kids, it residential village of Marshfield. will include craft projects. $5 for Marshfield historical society MeMbers $8 non-MeMbers. reserve all four lectures for the price of three; $15 MeMbers, $24 non-MeMbers. Send Check To: Marshfield Historical Society PO Box 1244, Marshfield 02050 For more information: visit www.marshfieldhistoricalsociety.org or call 781-834-0100 The Marshfield Historical Society wishes to thank the Community Preservation Committee and the Citizens of Marshfield for their support.
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