Overbeck History Lectures Resume in September
After a summer break, the Overbeck Lecture Series, which explores the history of the District of Columbia and especially the Capitol Hill neighborhood, will resume this September under new leadership. Nancy Metzger and Maygene Daniels will be taking over coordination of the series from John Franzén, who has headed the effort from its inception fifteen years ago.
Topics for the new season will include the 20th century contributions of the LGBTQ community to the life of Capitol Hill and the 19th century transformation of the city's infrastructure under Alexander "Boss" Shepherd. Please check back for details. All lectures are held at Hill Center at 921 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E., and you can request to be added to our email notification list at OverbeckLecture@CapitolHillHistory.org.
Like the rest of the Overbeck History Project, this lecture series is sponsored by the Capitol Hill Community Foundation, which relies on the generosity of donors like you.
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|The Ruth Ann Overbeck Capitol Hill History Project, Washington, D.C.|