Book Club with the Author: The Last Brahmin


Join author Luke Nichter to discuss The Last Brahmin: Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and the Making of the Cold War. In this book, historian Nichter gives us a compelling narrative of Lodge’s extraordinary and consequential life. Lodge was among the last of the well‑heeled Eastern Establishment Republicans who put duty over partisanship and saw themselves […]

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Book Group: The Last Brahmin: POSTPONED


Historic Beverly’s Book Group is back! Join us on the last Wednesday of the month to discuss the Historic Beverly book of the month. This is a discussion group with focused questions about the selected work. All books are available on amazon.com or at your local library. Author Luke Nichter will join our discussion on […]

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“The Story of the Revolution:” Everything You Need to Know


This program will review everything that you need to know about The Story of the Revolution book, the artwork and the exhibition. This year long exhibit has been received with rave reviews and this final program in support of the exhibit will discuss all of the paintings and the history behind them. $10; tickets here […]

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“The Story of the Revolution” in Beverly: The Other Paintings


Join us live on Facebook for a guided tour of our current exhibit with curator Abby Battis. She will walk you through the exhibit space and discuss the artists behind the paintings that were produced for Henry Cabot Lodge’s book, “The Story of the Revolution.” Some of these paintings are on view for one week […]

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“Story of the Revolution” in Beverly Final Weeks


Once in a lifetime opportunity! In 1898, Henry Cabot Lodge published his book, “The Story of the Revolution” in which he tells the history of the Revolution War. For this rich, scholarly two volume book, Lodge commissioned a handful of artists to create images that would reflect the visual content for specific passages in the […]

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a 1898 color oil painting on canvas by F. C. Yohn of a battle during the Revolutionary War. Soldiers travelled across Horse Shoe Plain, four miles of wading in water, sometimes breast high.

Opening Reception: The Story of the Revolution


Join us to celebrate the opening of our newest exhibit. In 1898, Henry Cabot Lodge published his book, “The Story of the Revolution” in which he tells the history of the Revolutionary War. For this two volume book, Lodge commissioned a handful of artists to create images illustrating visual content for specific passages in the […]

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