The Honorable Frank J. Williams, Lincoln scholar and former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, will present revealing insights on Mary Todd Lincoln from a new collection of essays, "The Mary Lincoln Enigma: Historians on America’s Most Controversial First Lady."
Admission $10/person. To purchase tickets or RSVP, email Sahand Miraminy at SMiraminy@savingplaces.org or call (202) 829-0436 ext. 31232.
Event begins at 6:15PM
Presented by: President Lincoln's Cottage
Featured Artist(s): Hon Frank J. Williams
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