by Rudolph d’Heureuse in 1863
Speaker: Jeff Lapides
Monday, February 25, 7:00 p.m.
This presentation will reveal d’Heureuse’s world of 1863 and the newly-arrived, hopeful miners, as well as the locals comprised of Californios, Mexican-Americans, Native Americans, Mormons, and Union soldiers. Jeff Lapides is a photographer and a book designer. He designed San Marino: A Centennial History which won several design awards. He is actively involved in the history communities in the San Gabriel Valley. Copies of a companion book, The Mojave Road In 1863: The Pioneering Photographs of Rudolph d’Heureuse, will be available for sale after the lecture.
In its speakers series, the San Marino Historical Society presents quarterly history talks focusing on topics especially selected for San Marino. No reservations are needed. For information on the San Marino Historical Society call (626) 304-9375 or email email@example.com.
Come to Crowell Library at 7:00 p.m. on Monday February 25 for a fascinating look at a groundbreaking photographer.