There were significant changes in American behavior over the 100-year span of the Gibson family’s residence on Beacon Street. Etiquetteer Robert Dimmick uses Gibson family stories from the archives to illustrate the evolution of etiquette and customs with a witty and informative one-hour tour of the family rooms of the Gibson House, 137 Beacon Street, Boston, on Tuesday, January 22 beginning at 6 pm.Â Don’t miss this glimpse of Victorian and early 20th-century culture and customs in this unique setting.
Admission: members free – GHM/VSA/NE; $10. – non-members . Space is limited, RSVP: 617.267.6338 or email@example.com by Friday, January 18.