Remembering the Great War:

Home and Abroad


Portsmouth Athenaeum Program Series 2018

March 21  Atlantic Heights, Portsmouth’s 1918 ‘War Village’ with Richard Candee

April 18  Flying for America: Granite State Airmen and the War in the Air with Byron Champlin

May 16  Over There: The Yankee Division and the Ground War in Europe, 1917-1918 with Hugh Dubrulle

Sept. 19  The Harlem Hellfighters: Powered Differently with L’Merchie Frazier

Oct. 17  Rosie’s Mom: Forgotten Women of the First World War with Carrie Brown

Nov. 11  Poetry of the Great War with Douglas Aykroyd

Programs begin at 7:00 p.m in the Research Library of the Portsmouth Athenaeum, except for the Sunday, Nov. 11 program, which begins at 4:00 p.m.

Due to limited space, reservations are required. Please call, 603-431-2538 to reserve your seat(s). If you are unable to keep a reservation, please call again to release the seat(s) to another party. Reserved seats are honored until five minutes before a program begins.

Guests and the public are welcome to attend the series by becoming a Friend of the Portsmouth Athenaeum for $25 or may attend a single program for $10.

[Please note: More information on each specific lecture will be provided in a separate post a few weeks prior to the date of that event. To learn more about the Portsmouth Athenaeum and to join the mailing list, visit the About the Athenaeum page.]

UBS Sponsors the 2018 Portsmouth Athenaeum Program Series. Learn more about UBS by clicking on the company logo.