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         A Taste of St. Gabe's
         Fundraising Dinner for Summer Mission at City Camp
        Friday, April 17, 2015 at 5:30pm

 

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        Sunday, April 19, 2015

    

Summer 2015 Mission Trip - City Camp

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Use the form to let us know of your interest to participate in our Mission Trip this summer with City Camp and St. Gabriel's.

 

June 29 - July 3, 2015

 

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2015 Spring Luncheon & Talk April 19, 2015

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Spring Luncheon and Talk
by Jeff Groff
Director of Public Programs, Winterthur

Living Well: The Cassatts andTheir Main Line Houses

Sunday, April 19, 2015
at 12:30pm
in the Parish House

 

 

 

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Living Well: The Cassatts and Their Main Line Houses. This illustrated talk looks at the Cassatt family and their notable mansions and estates. In many ways they epitomize Philadelphia and the Main Line in its heyday as a center for business, society and sports. Key figures include Pennsylvania Railroad President Alexander J. Cassatt and his wife Lois (communicants at The Redeemer) who lived at “Cheswold” in Haverford; financier J. Gardiner Cassatt and his wife Eugenia who had “Kelso” in Berwyn; Robert Cassatt and his wife Minnie whose country house was “Beaupre” in Rosemont. Other family members, including the artist Mary Cassatt, will be highlighted.

Jeff Groff is Director of Public Programs at Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, and recently served as co-curator of Winterthur’s exhibition “Costumes of Downtown Abbey.” For sixteen years he was Executive Director of Wyck Historic House and Garden in Germantown. For thirty-five years he has studied, written and lectured on the country estates of Philadelphia’s Main Line, 1870s – 1930s. By popular demand, he returns to The Redeemer with this fascinating new lecture on nearby estates.

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