Speaker Series: Lost Landscapes at Palm Beach with Historian Augustus Mayhew
Jan 22, 2020@5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Augustus Mayhew is a longtime historic preservationist, architectural historian, and cultural columnist. Along with appointments to local and regional historic preservation boards, he served as chairman of archives and collections for the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. A featured columnist at the New York Social Diary, he has been a guest lecturer at The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Historical Society of Palm Beach County, Coastal Georgia Historical Society, and the Colonial Dames. He was the curator for the recent exhibition Building Paradise: Addison Mizner’s Legacy at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum. The author of Lost in Wonderland: Reflections on Palm Beach and Palm Beach: A Greater Grandeur, he is a recipient of the AIA-Palm Beach Historic Preservation Award. Born in Camaguey, Cuba, Augustus Mayhew grew up in Delray Beach.
To reserve your place, please call 832-5328
Admission is complimentary to Gardens Conservancy Members, $25 for Individual and Family Members, $35 for non-members
Entire season speaker series for Individual and Family Members $100, non-members $125