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November 13, 2018
Ann Dillon, President General
Anticipation was high as DAR members and many husbands stood in line to check in for embarkation on the Celebrity Summit for a cruise to the Southern Caribbean. Sailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico many of us arrived the day before our scheduled departure and enjoyed the historic old city...
November 8, 2018
Jennifer Carver, Comte de Grasse Chapter Regent
It was a blustery but clear October morning as I stood outside waiting for Sherry Edwards to arrive for our drive to Yorktown, Virginia and the annual celebration of Cornwallis’ surrender to Washington. This was the 237th anniversary and Yorktown Days is somewhat like the Fourth of July, Memorial Day...
November 6, 2018
WIlliam Strollo, DAR Museum Curator of Exhibitions
The DAR Museum is the home to more than 130 fascinating portraits. The lives and legacies of many Americans, both famous and not-so-famous are told through these likenesses. The earliest portrait dates to the 1750s while more recent ones are from the first decades of the 20th century. Works by...

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