Kate Raftery’s River Lane Beautification

Posted in: Exhibition Program
Date(s) - 05/06/2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Geneva History Museum

Join Michael Lambert, City of Geneva Historic Preservation Planner, as he describes Kate Raftery’s transformation of River Lane from shanties to summer homes.  Raftery is best known as the originator of the iconic Little Traveler shop, spearheading the retail growth on Third Street.

This program is in conjunction with our Feature Exhibition, “Inside & Out: Geneva’s Faces, Places & Spaces,” highlighting the people who designed, constructed and lived in some of Geneva’s most interesting homes and buildings.  The exhibition is open from February 4 thru November 4, 2017.

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Advance reservations are essential to ensure seating and include admission to both the Feature Gallery and Main Gallery.


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