Blackouts, Bourbon Street & the Beauregard Center
presented by Kimberly Guise
Tuesday | August 27, 2019
5:30 reception | 6 pm presentation
Beauregard-Keyes House | 1113 Chartres
Seating is limited
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These events are open to the public and will take place monthly on weekdays. Seating is first come, first serve at these lectures and will be capped after 75 guests. Suggested donation is $5.
New Orleans saw tremendous growth in population and in popular perception during the war. Kimberly Guise, Assistant Director for Curatorial Services at The National WWII Museum will present on aspects of the city in wartime including stories from the collection of The National WWII Museum and from the Beauregard-Keyes House, site of the Beauregard House Center for Service Men. How did the city survive under rationing, with a curfew, without Mardi Gras and with a serious cause?