Black Georgetown Community History Project: Family Archive
Explore Georgetown’s Black history and learn how to preserve your own family photographs, documents and more in the first of a series of programs taking place now through June.
Curators, collections managers, and other experts from Dumbarton House, Georgetown University and Tudor Place Historic House & Garden will share tips and techniques while they explore the family collection of Neville Waters, a sixth-generation Georgetown resident and the current president of the Mt. Zion/Female Union Band Historic Memorial Park Foundation Board.
This free, virtual community program is the first in a series of lectures entitled the Black Georgetown Community History Project, presented in partnership with Georgetown Heritage, Mt. Zion/Female Union Band Historic Memorial Park Foundation, and Tudor Place Historic House & Garden. Lectures on various topics will take place on the third Friday of the month through June.
First in a series funded by the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Tudor Place is facilitating registration. You will be sent a link to ZOOM with instructions, meeting ID and password via email one day before the event.
Please see the recording of the program below: