Below are works done through HistorySpeaks, or more frequently in my role as Executive Director of the Dutchess County Historical Society
From an exercise involving a Rhinebeck community conversation as issues about the depiction of enslaved persons in the 1940 Post Office murals by Olin Dows emerged in the summer of 2020.
For the Bicentennial of the Town of Milan
Written and produced by Bill Jeffway, Co-chair, Bicentennial Committee, Town of Milan, NY.
Exhibitions at FDR Presidential Museum & Library
Exhibited as 6-foot standing panels. Click on full view icon bottom right for best viewing. Band of Locals tells the story of Franklin Roosevelt as local historian which gave him pleasure to the end of his life, and the handful of local persons who he partnered with during that time, all of whom were founders of the Dutchess County Historical Society in 191.