A presentation of the New Jersey History Speaks Lecture Series cosponsored by the Historical Society of Moorestown and the Moorestown Library.
During photography’s infancy in the 19th century, approximately 3,000 different photographers were active in New Jersey. Quite a few lived or worked in Burlington County including such pioneers as Thomas Baker and George W. Tichenor.
Join us on April 4th when archivist and photographer, Gary D. Saretzky introduces us to the early days of photography and how people in New Jersey experienced and experimented with a medium that changed American society.
When: Wednesday, April 4 from 7 – 9 PM
Where: Meeting Rooms A & B