Museum Talks – 2021
Past Talks from the Stone Harbor Museum
Boys in Glass Houses
Originally presented by the Stone Harbor Museum on June 30, 2021.
About the time the Risley brothers arrived at Stone Harbor muckraking photographer Lewis Hine came to South Jersey to uncover the truth about children as young as 6 or 7 working in the dangerous glass factories of South Jersey. Led by historical researcher Gwen Raring, we uncovered the facts of the time and found a much more complex situation.
Click here to view the presentation.
Miracle on 81st Street
Originally presented by the Stone Harbor Museum on January 16, 2021.
It is gone now but for 70 years 81st Street was the heart of a small but vibrant African American community. Tune in to a conversation hosted by Jim Talone along with 4 people who grew up there (Doris Reddick, Rose Hudgins, Sharon Anderson, and Angela Moore) as well as Greg Hudgins.
You can view the talk here
History of Railroads on Seven Mile Island
Originally presented by the Stone Harbor Museum on February 20, 2021.