Landmarks Foundation’s Discovery Sundays




January 21 -Winter Place, 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Visit Winter Place, currently under restoration as a private home, and enjoy a short, historical talk. One of two houses, connected by a long enclosed passageway, will be open for inspection. The other has yet to be structurally stablized and can be seen from the exterior only. The property is not handicapped accessible.
Joseph and Mary Elizabeth Winter began construction of their two houses about 1858. Construction stopped with the Civil War; the parents with deep New York roots and their Montgomery-raised son differed on the Confederacy. The parents spent the war years in Great Britain, and their son fought for the Confederacy. The family did not return to Winter Place until 1871.

Winter descendants owned and occupied the property until the late twentieth century, when the property was sold for restoration. This program is free to the public.

Landmarks Foundation’s Discovery Sundays is sponsored by Ross Clayton Funeral Homes

Renovators’ Happy Hour

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Cultural Crossroads XVII

Early Alabama Historians

Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, the Alabama Department of Archives and History and the Caroline Marshall Draughan Center for the Arts & Humanities of Auburn University with support from the Alabama Humanities Foundation continue their exploration of early Alabama history with Cultural Crossroads XVII, “Early Alabama Historians.” This seventeenth annual symposium is part of a series of lively programs through 2019 that center around the celebrations involving the creation of the State of Alabama. Learn how early travelers and historians studied Alabama landscape and culture to develop the stories and collections we share today. The program will take place on February 10, 2018, at the Alabama Department of Archives and History, 9 am-4 pm. There will be time during the lunch break to visit the Archives’ interpretive museum, “Alabama Voices.” Free to the public, $25 for lunch and refreshments.
Please register by February 1st.

Register here!

Cultural Crossroads XVII: Early Alabama Historians
February 10, 9 am - 4 pm
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Free to the public, registration required.
$25 for lunch and refreshments
For more information call 240-4500

Supported by Alabama Humanities Foundation, an affiliate of the National Foundation of the Humanities.