Exploring Local History at the Plymouth Public Library
You’re invited to join the Antiquarian Society for a midday, midweek virtual gathering.
Julie Burrey, Reference Associate and History Room Archivist, will provide an overview of the local history collection in the Plymouth Public Library’s History Room.
Join the Conversation
This informal conversation about local history is open to everyone. To register for the free Zoom webinar, click here. After your registration is approved you will receive an email with instructions for connecting to the program. This Lunchtime Conversation will also be live-streamed to the Antiquarian Society’s Facebook page. A recording will be available for viewing after the event on the Society’s website.
About the Guest Speaker
Julie Burrey earned her master’s degree in historic preservation and has worked in that field for over twenty-five years. She has always loved old houses and was happy to spend her early career involved in the management of historic house museums. For thirteen years she was co-owner of a local preservation company, specializing in using historically appropriate materials and methodologies. For more than ten years she has served on the Historic District Commission of Plymouth. And for the last four years she has had the great pleasure of working at the Plymouth Public Library as archivist for the History Room and Archives. Julie is so proud to call Plymouth her home; she lives in Chiltonville with her preservation carpenter husband, Michael, three children, ten chickens and three black cats.