THE FRIENDS OF CEDARMERE PRESENT "WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT: HIS LITERARY INFLUENCES & LEGACY" SUNDAY JAUNUARY 29
The Friends of Cedarmere present “William Cullen Bryant: His Literary Influences & Legacy,” on Sunday, January 29, from 2:00-4:00 pm.
In an effort to keep the public informed about restorations underway at Bryant’s Cedarmere Library, noted expert Sunday Steinkirchner will discuss books in Bryant’slibrary, with focus on Jefferson’s Federalist Papers, Thomas More’s Utopia, and the works of Washington Irving and how they influenced his writing, as well as his associations with contemporary 19th century writers.
Ms Steinkirchner is an co-owner B & B Rare Books, Ltd. In Manhattan (www.bbrarebooks.com) which is a member of ABAA, ILAB, PBFA (UK). She is a Forbes Contributor (http://blogs.forbes.com) and on Twitter@sundayrarebooks.
Refreshments will be served. For directions and parking, please visithttp://friendsofcedarmere.org. The program is free of charge, but tax-deductible donations are much appreciated.
Bryant’s Cedarmere Estate is located at 225 Bryant Ave in Roslyn Harbor, NY.