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Richmond Museum of History
400 Nevin Avenue, Richmond, CA
Held in the Seaver Gallery


General Admission: $5 for adults, $3 for seniors/students, free for children under 12
Free for Richmond Museum of History Members


2:00 PM

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San Francisco’s Jewel City: Laura Ackley Lecture at the Richmond Museum of History

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Laura Ackley, author of San Francisco’s Jewel City, will deliver a lecture on the PPIE for the 100th anniversary of “Richmond Day” in the Seaver Gallery. This event is hosted in conjunction with the Panama Pacific International Exhibit.

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