Why Some Monuments Can't Seem to Stay in One Place

Why Some Monuments Can't Seem to Stay in One Place

Westerly
2pm
Babcock-Smith House Museum, 124 Granite Street. Presented by John Linton, this program will focus on the closing of cemeteries in San Francisco and the destruction of monuments there, and the movement of the Horace Greeley statue in New York City, the John Mason statue in Connecticut, the Stonewall Jackson statue in Virginia, and the Soldiers and Sailors Civil War Monument in Providence. Members, free; not-yet members, $5. (401) 348-8178; www.babcocksmithhouse.org.