We hope you’ll join other cartophiles for a day devoted to the discussion of colonial era maps. The event will be at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Old Salem, Winston-Salem, NC, on Saturday, November 9, 2013 (MESDA on Google Maps). The event will include lectures and an opportunity to see some extraordinarily rare map treasures in the Moravian Archives. Here are details that have been shamelessly copied from the MESDA event site:
MESDA Saturday Seminar: Mapping the Early South III: New Insights
November 9, 2013
9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
Explore and discuss recent findings in the study of important early maps of Virginia and the Carolinas, including the Fry-Jefferson Map of Virginia; Carolina Comparative Cartography – Mouzon and Others; and early maps of Wachovia in North Carolina.
Moderator: Margaret Pritchard, Senior Curator and Curator of Maps, Prints & Wallpaper, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Henry G. Taliaferro, Map Dealer, Partner, Cohen & Taliaferro LLC, New York City
Jay Lester, Independent Scholar, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Johanna Brown, Director of Collections, Curator of Moravian Decorative Arts, Old Salem Museum & Gardens
$65 / $60 for Friends of MESDA (Cost includes all sessions, seminar materials, and lunch)
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required to ensure a place. To register or to receive a brochure please call 336-721-7360 or email MESDAPrograms@oldsalem.org. Or download a registration form.
We hope to see you there!