Inside & Out: Geneva’s Faces, Places & Spaces Opens

Posted in: Feature Gallery Exhibition
Date(s) - 02/04/2017
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Geneva History Museum


“Inside & Out: Geneva’s Faces, Places & Spaces” is an exhibition highlighting the people who designed, constructed and lived in some of Geneva’s most interesting homes and buildings. 

This exhibition, designed and developed by the Geneva History Museum, will be open through November 4, 2017.

Admission includes the Main Gallery, “Geneva’s Story”

$3/Person, $2/Children ages 3-10, FREE/Museum Members

(Photo: The office of Walter Frazier & Howard Raftery, 315 James Street, Geneva, built in 1946 in the International Style.  Kate Raftery, daughter of Howard, is sitting on the steps with her friend Elizabeth Mead (Safanda) holding a full-sized poodle toy, circa 1949.)

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