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In the years following World War II, a circle of artists and architects came to the area around Dartmouth College, bringing an infusion of modernism to an otherwise traditional setting. Sarah Rooker, director of the Norwich Historical Society, explores the art and architecture that these newcomers generated, and their influence on the community and its landscape.
About Sarah Rooker
Formerly the Educator for the Vermont Historical Society, Sarah Rooker has directed the Flow of History, a professional development program for teachers since 2004, and also directs the Norwich Historical Society.
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Underwriter: Margot George Fund
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