TAPS Togethers: Washington Place 175th Anniversary History Lecture Series
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We welcome all those survivors interested in connecting with fellow survivors while learning more about Washington Place’s construction and evolution over time, including how it came to be the home of Hawai’i’s governors and what changes have taken place to preserve its rich legacy. This spring, Washington Place celebrated the 175th anniversary of its construction.
Starting at 3 p.m., take a self-guided tour of the home; then at 4:15 p.m., hear lectures by historic architect Katie Stephens and Hawai’i Pacific University history professor Douglas Askman. The theme of the 175th anniversary is “E Ola Mau I Ke Kumu: A Strong Foundation to Grow and Thrive. Space is limited and is first come first serve.
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