East Hampton Historical Society Hosts Reading of 19th Century Resident’s Diary

Posted on 25 March 2014

Clinton Academy in East Hampton. Courtesy of Clinton Academy.

Clinton Academy in East Hampton. Photo courtesy of Clinton Academy.

By Tessa Raebeck 

At Clinton Academy Museum Friday, the East Hampton Historical Society presents “An Eagle Eye on East Hampton’s Main Street: Cornelia Huffington’s Vivid Diary, 1820 – 1860.” Portraying Cornelia Huffington, East Hampton’s Barbara Borsack will read from the diary, with an introduction by local historian Hugh King.

Refreshments and cookies will be served for an hour prior to the program, which starts at 7 p.m. The free reading is Friday, March 31 at Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street in East Hampton. Call 324-6850 or visit easthamptonhistory.org for more information.

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