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From a Richmond Streetcar: Life through the Lens of Harris Stilson by Kitty Snow

Presenter: 
Kitty Snow
Duration: 
(00:49:06)

On July 10, Kitty Snow delivererd a Banner Lecture entitled “From a Richmond Streetcar: Life through the Lens of Harris Stilson.”

Streetcar motorman Harris Stilson spent countless hours using his camera to capture Richmond and its everyday citizens nearly 100 years ago, giving us a priceless look at the city’s many slices of life. This lecture, presented by Kitty Snow, Harry’s great-granddaughter, revealed the city’s past as told through Harry’s prolific images and her thoughtful narration.

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