Friday, January 12:

Historical Photography of William G. Howard

Randy Kolhoff, the owner of Black Swan Antiques, tells the story of how discovered glass plate negatives of photographs taken by William G. Howard at the turn of the last century. In addition to seeing how Howard documented Sag Harbor and the East End, attendees will learn about the photographer’s mysterious death, which some suspect was a homicide, in 1915. Copies of the book Hamptons featuring Howard’s photographs will be available for sale following the lecture. 

Upcoming Lectures –

Friday, February 9: The Story of the Amistad
Presented by Mia Certic, Executive Director of the Montauk Historical Society
Friday, March 8: The Plain Sight Project: Slavery on the East End
Presented by the Plain Sight Project Co-Directors, Donnamarie Barnes and David Rattray
Friday, April 12: How the Dominy Shops returned to North Main Street
Presented by Bob Hefner, Project Director of the Dominy Shops Museum 
All lectures start at 7PM at St. Luke’s Church, 18 James Lane, East Hampton
For more information, please email or call us at 631-324-6850




East Hampton Historical Society | 151 Main StreetEast Hampton, NY 11937 



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