On Sunday, June 29th, 2014 (original announcement, meetup.com event), twenty-six (26) attendees composed of PACNY members and members of the Baby Boomer Singles 2011 group at meetup.com visited the Seward Mansion in Auburn, New York, for a tour of William Seward’s historic home. Seward was an abolitionist, Secretary of State during Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, and later a world traveler. Four generations lived in the house and it contains original furnishings, artifacts and portraits of people and events that are part of our American history. After the tour, a reception was enjoyed by all in the garden. The Seward House is a community treasure where visitors come to connect with the past.
Photos by Kim Pomeroy. Click for a larger version.
PACNY thanks the Seward House Historical Museum for hosting our event and greatly appreciates Kim Pomeroy and our friends in the Baby Boomer Meetup group for helping give the Seward House a quality crowd! To keep track of future PACNY events on meetup.com, please join our Group Page.