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HAAGENSEN HOUSE EXHIBIT AND LECTURE

An unusual collection of St. Thomas history will be on exhibit this weekend at Haagensen House Museum, accompanied by lectures by Michael Paiewonsky. The show is from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The lecture is at 6 p.m.
The show, from Paiewonsky's MAPes MONDe collection, focuses primarily on St. Thomas history. It includes maps, letters, books, etchings, paintings and newspapers going back to the 1600's. All of the exhibit is on sale to benefit the museum, which is at the top of the 99 steps on Government Hill.
Friday's lecture is "Blake and the Abolitionist, Art and the Development of Humanity."

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