In February, the Lighthouse tower was carefully cleaned and repaired as recommended in a structural evaluation performed in May 2016. All exterior metalwork was painted after rust had been removed and repairs made. Windows in the lens room we
On Friday, August 19, our Chautauqua lecture speaker, Hank Klibanoff, spoke to U.S. History and African American Studies classes at Glynn Academy and Brunswick High. Mr. Klibanoff, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, presented programs about his w
The Society recently acquired an early 20th century plate. The plate was imported from Germany by Jonroth Studios, the name used by an American importing company, John H. Roth & Co. The company was founded in 1909 and imported china from Germ
In June, our School Tour Docents participated in an all-day workshop facilitated by a consultant from the world-famous company, Museum Hack, designer of interactive, non-traditional museum tours. During the session, the docents learned how to engag
As part of the Keeper’s Dwelling restoration project in 2014, the historic Oil House was returned to its historic appearance. Built in 1890, the building provided fire-proof storage space for the kerosene that fueled the lighthouse oil lamps.