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The gardens are coming to life with spring-blooming trees, from ornamental cherries to apricots, magnolias, redbuds, and many more. Despite the undeniable beauty of these flowers, visiting Canadian Geese (and countless other birds) always steal the show.
In the twilight of President Jimmy Carter’s long life, longtime Huntington volunteer Dennis Harbach, who has tracked all things related to the institution’s history, recently shared a Los Angeles Times article on Carter’s 1991 visit.
Join R. Isabela Morales, winner of the 2023 Shapiro Book Prize, as she shares the significance of writing family history, the challenges of tracing the lives of enslaved people, and the incredible cache of unpublished letters and legal documents that forms the archival core of her book, Happy Dreams of Liberty: An American Family in Slavery and Freedom.
The artist explains how he wove together the stories of California highways, migratory birds, T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets, and a searing self-portrait into a sprawling but cohesive work.
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