Register for this Zoom program by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org A photographic slide show of seldom seen images of the Geneva Lake area from the Seipp photograph collection. Images include vintage automobiles, sailing on Geneva Lake, Yerkes Observatory, Downtown Lake Geneva, and, of course, Black Point Estate.
Register for this Zoom program by emailing email@example.com How did Geneva Lake get started? We’ve got glaciers, Native Americans, water power, early settlers and prominent citizens, architectural gem and historic mileposts. “Walk” through 200 years of history from the comfort of your chair!
Register for this Zoom program by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Dave Desimone of the Wisconsin Historical Society will explore why old places matter to people. People often feel deeply about old places, but lack the words to express why. Desimone brings these ideas together in evocative language and with examples...
Find out how historical events merged with the lives of two fictional characters and actual people and places. Discover what Jerome Burke knew and imagined as you test your knowledge of local history to separate fact from fiction. Reserve your copy Today!
What was it like to live on a large estate on Geneva Lake during the Gilded Age? This presentation gives a brief overview of summer life, focusing on the Seipp family of Chicago who built the Black Point Estate in 1888.