The Little Hotel That Couldn’t – New York Times, March 2015

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Keeping History Alive – WAMU, Autumn 2014

  From WAMU.ORG: "Laura Belman descends from not one, not two, but three signers of the Declaration of Independence: Samuel Chase of Maryland, Oliver Wolcott of Connecticut, and William Ellery of Rhode Island. And she knows exactly what you’re going to say. “You’re going to say, ‘How...

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2014 Fall Fundraiser Benefits MVHMG

Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, curator of American Decorative Arts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, was the guest speaker October 28, 2014 at the CDA’s annual Fall Fundraiser. Held at the Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium in New York City, the proceeds of the evening benefitted the...

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Preserving History at Home and Abroad – Summer 2014

Preserving History at Home and Abroad  By Sharri Whiting de Masi, Chair, CDA Communications Committee  From the The Social Register Observer: Since its founding in New York almost 125 years ago, The Colonial Dames of America has been distinctive for its international outreach, both in terms of...

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The Social Register Observer – May 2013

By Brantley C. B. Knowles, CDA 2nd Vice-President General Museum luminary Dr. Helen C. Evans was the designated honoree at the October 2012 Colonial Dames of America (CDA) soiree which benefitted The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden (Museum). A former President General of the CDA,...

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Preserving the Past; Addressing the Future – May 2012

By Sharon W Vaino, CDA President General From The Social Register Observer: “One of the country’s most exclusive organizations, The Colonial Dames of America, held its annual luncheon meeting here yesterday …” wrote New York Times reporter Judy Klemesrud in the family/style section of that paper...

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