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Humanities Project Meeting: Group Reading - Address Unknown by K. Taylor

Humanities Project Monthly Cultural Presentation & Meeting

Group reading of Address Unknown by Katherine Kressmann Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kathrine Kressmann Taylor or Kressmann Taylor (born 1903 in Portland, Oregon – July 1996) was an American author, known mostly for her Address Unknown (1938), a short story written as a series of letters between a Jewish art dealer, living in San Francisco, and his business partner, who had returned to Germany in 1932. It is credited with exposing, early on, the dangers of Nazism to the American public.

We will do a group reading of this fascinating (very short) book. Join us to take a turn reading aloud, or just listen and enjoy.

We have a few extra copies of the book that you may use, or, if you prefer, get your own copy to read from.

As always, snacks and drinks (even wine) appreciated!


>>>Also, you may drop off items for the rummage sale on Sunday, to benefit our Odyssey of the Mind team's travel/lodging/food costs for their trip to Iowa to compete in World Finals!<<<



About us:

The HSGP Humanities Project holds free and open meetings on the 3rd Friday of each month at 7pm at HCC. All are invited to attend. The majority of the evening is given over to one or more of our HSGP members or guests to share with us some aspect of arts & humanities that they are passionate about! After the fun, we do (very brief) planning/announcing of future events. Total meeting time approximately 2 hours.

The HSGP Humanities Project will procure speakers to present arts & humanities related talks at one or more Sunday Speaker meetings during the year.

We will plan and execute at least one fundraiser for HSGP.

Throughout the year we will plan many free or inexpensive excursions to various arts & humanities events in and around the Valley for those who wish to participate.

On occasion we may hold fun artsy events at the HCC.

Hosted by Mike Franklin and your HSGP Humanities Project Committee.

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  • Jennifer W.

    I hope it's clear. The rummage sale to benefit the OOTM team will take place on the patio on Sunday, May 18, 8am-1pm, the same day that Greg Epstein will be speaking. If you would like to donate some good stuff to sell, you can drop it off on Game Night this Saturday, or at this Humanities Profect meeting on Friday, May 16, or on Saturday, May 17, 1pm-5pm, when we will be setting up (and you can take a chance to do some early shopping!).

    May 6, 2014

  • Judy

    Sorry to have to miss this as it sounds like fun. I might get there late but maybe not at all. Judy

    April 15, 2014

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