Tea Series - The Pleasures of the Journey

Passenger ships sail the Great Lakes during the 20's and 30's

Following WWI, passenger travel on the Great Lakes experienced its heyday, with luxurious vessels such as the Cleveland & Buffalo Line's "SeeandBee." Discover the history of leisure travel on the Great Lakes from the 19th century schooners to the lavish steamboats of the early 20th century, with Ellen Kennedy, from the National Museum of the Great Lakes. Reservations for the tea luncheon/presentation are required, and may be made through the website or by calling 419-352-0967.

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Categories: Educational History & Heritage

Tags: Seniors All Ages All Community


Date:

06 December, 2018

Start Time:

2:00 pm

End Time:

4:00 pm

Location:

Wood County Historical Center & Museum

13660 County Home Rd.

Bowling Green

43402

Cost:

Adults: $15.00 Children under 10: $5.00 Wood County Historical Society Members: $12.00


Organizer Information

Name:

Wood County Historical Center and Museum

Phone Number:

4193520967

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