About the Society
Founded in New York City in 1966, the Victorian Society in America is dedicated to fostering the appreciation and preservation of our nineteenth-century heritage as well as that of the early twentieth century (1837-1917). The Metropolitan Chapter, oldest of numerous chapters now flourishing throughout the country, is an independent organization affiliated with the national society.
The Victorian Society in America Presents A Summer Schools Evening*
“The Greatest Victorian Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright and Newport, Rhode Island”
A lecture by Richard Guy Wilson
Director, VSA Newport Summer School
and Commonwealth Professor of
Architectural History, University of Virginia
Wednesday, February 14
Jefferson Market Library
425 Avenue of the Americas
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