Sunday Tea at Hobart Manor

Sunday Tea at Hobart Manor

The Sunday Tea at Hobart Manor is the Hobart Manor Revitalization Committee’s signature annual event on the first Sunday in May. Now in its twelfth year, the tea features guest lecturers addressing topics relevant to the history of the Hobart family, William Paterson University, and/or Passaic County and its inhabitants.

Past topics have included:

•  Silk City Artists and Musicians
   by William Paterson University Professor Vincent Parillo
•  Unsung Heroes: Professional and Philanthropic Women of the Nineteenth Century
   by Dr. Lucia McMahon, Associate Professor/Assistant Chair, WP History Department &
   Kelly Ruffel '11, '12, MA '14, Director, Department of Cultural & Historic Affairs, County of Passaic
•  Who Could Vote at Downton Abbey? British & American class differences/voting rights in the early 20th century
by George C. Robb PhD
•  The Paterson Great Falls
   by Park ranger Ilyse Goldman
•  The life, business, and political interests of Garret A. Hobart, 24th Vice President of the United States
by Robert L. Cohen MEd, MSW

To view photos from the 2019 Sunday Tea click here.

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