The History of the George Washington Carver Garden Club of New Rochelle (Virtual)
Program Type:Online/ Virtual
The George Washington Carver Garden Club of New Rochelle was founded in 1933 at the height of George Carver’s renown as an agricultural scientist and leading conservationist. The club was active in New Rochelle for fifty years, and it promoted the pleasures of suburban gardening, flower shows, horticulture, and landscaping.
In this virtual presentation, NRPL Archivist David Rose will describe the club’s activities and its relation to the work and discoveries of George Carver based on records in the Library’s archive.
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