PTSS: Looking Beyond the Antebellum Mansions of Memory
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“Early Alabama Architecture: Looking Beyond the Antebellum Mansions of Memory”
The Pope’s Tavern Speaker Series features presentations about Florence’s early history, from settlement through the Civil War. There will be ten presentations in the first series, spanning December through June.
On March 10th, 2020 at 6pm, historic preservationist and historian Katie Randall will deliver her presentation, “Early Alabama Architecture: Looking Beyond the Antebellum Mansions of Memory.” Katie Randall is the founder and principal of Afore Preservation, a full service consulting firm offering historic research, architectural survey, and documentation services. She holds a B.S. in History from UAB and an M.A. in Public History from MTSU. Katie serves on the Florence Historical Board and as vice president of the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation. She teaches courses in historic preservation and architectural history at UNA and lives in downtown Florence in a 105-year-old house she lovingly restored with her husband Jarrod and their two sons Arthur and Harvey.
This event is the eighth in a series of presentations that will be held at Pope’s Tavern, 203 Hermitage Drive, Florence Alabama. The series is sponsored by Florence Arts and Museums and is free. Call 256-760-6439 for more information.