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VIRTUAL LECTURE POSTPONED!!! Dr. Alvin DeWitt Wadsworth’s Sanitarium – Virtual Lecture
June 25, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
VIRTUAL LECTURE POSTPONED!!! WE WILL RESCHEDULE AT A LATER DATE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
A virtual lecture with guest presenter, Holly Cuzzone. She will present her latest research into Dr. Alvin DeWitt Wadsworth Sanitarium.
Participants must register in advance for this virtual event. Registration closes at 4:30pm on Thurs. June 25. To register, please visit:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dr-alvin-dewitt-wadsworths-sanitarium-virtual-lecture-tickets-109398182910 You can also email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Once registered, a GoToMeeting link will be emailed to you the day before the event. The event is open to the first 145 registrants.
Visible above the tree line in South Norwalk stands a granite stone building with a red top roof. This was the location of Dr. Alvin DeWitt Wadsworth’s sanitarium which he ran from 1904 until his death in 1941. Little information was previously available on Dr. Wadsworth or his sanitarium.
This lecture will cover new information now available from contact with the schools he attended, maps, NewsBank digitized articles recently available from the Norwalk History Room at the Norwalk Public Library as well as personal conversations with the doctor’s living relatives.
This is a free event however donations are welcome. Click here to donate to the Norwalk Historical Society a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
About Holly Cuzzone: Holly Cuzzone received an M.A. in Biology from City University of New York and worked in biological research before pursuing a career in archaeology. She received her M.A. degree in Archaeological Studies from Yale University in 2007 and has worked both in the field as well as in historic research. Holly has a passion for research, preservation and restoration of Norwalk’s significant historic sites. Her interests in historical research have led to State Nominations of both Pine Island Cemetery and the Gallaher Estate in Cranbury Park and with Celia Maddox the National Nomination of Cranbury Park to the Register of Historic Places. Holly is presently a Norwalk Historical Commissioner and enjoys researching and presenting on Norwalk’s history and the people whose stories have been lost and who have contributed to Norwalk’s growth.