Greenwich Look

Spring 2017

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01. Barbara MacDonald, David Parker 02. Chris and Rachel Franco, Isabel Malkin 03. Anne Harrison 04. Elaine and Andy Bronin 05. Carol Crapple, David Ogilvy 06. Davidde Strackbein, Peter Crumbine 07. Debra Mecky, Anne Niemeth 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 LOOK G R E E N W I C H On November 10th, the leadership for the Greenwich Historical Society Capital Campaign met at The Round Hill Club. As the Greenwich Historical Society approaches its 85th Anniversary, a dynamic plan has been created to advance their mission and to make greater contributions to the community. At the heart of this plan is the reimaging of their campus, to present their nationally recognized historic buildings and landscape—and to welcome the entire community. Expanded and improved galleries are needed to share works from the permanent collection—as well as loans from museums and private collections—to underscore and explore the site's signifi cance in the development of American art. Greenwich Historical Society Capital Campaign The Greenwich Historical Society is home to one of America's fi rst important art colonies.

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