For the third year in a row, ALHFAM member Lauren Muney of "Silhouettes By Hand” has been selected by Early American Life magazine for their Directory of Traditional Artists. Artists selected for the Directory have been adjudicated by museum and historical specialists across the United States, as designated as masters in their class. One of Lauren’s freehand-scissored silhouette portraits will be featured in the summer edition of the magazine, due on newsstands in June, 2015.
ALHFAM institutional member Mystic Seaport was featured in a story in the New York Times on MAY 12, 2015, titled New Exhibition Hall for Seaport in Mystic, Conn., Has Nautical Inspiration. ALHFAM is referenced in the article in a quote from ALHFAM Vice-President, Tom Kelleher, of institutional member Old Sturbrdge Village.
ALHFAM member David Floyd was quoted in an The Advocate story on the interpretation of slavery at Louisiana historic plantation sites, Louisiana plantation tours skittish on slavery history.
, one of Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Foodways staff, wrote a great entry on the CW Historic Foodways blog
, "History is Served
," about this past June's ALHFAM meeting in Calgary.
ALHFAMer and food historian Sandra Oliver was quoted in an NPR story on the proposed Museum of Food and Drink, in New York City. The story is featured in the online collection of NPR food-related reports -- The Salt.
Living history presenter and ALHFAM member Stacy Roth talks about portraying Molly Pitcher on the official New Jersey 350th anniversary blog.
The May 15, 2014 New York Times had a special section on retirement, and one of the articles is about retirees finding second careers at historic sites. Among the sites mentioned are ALHFAM Institutional Members, Colonial Williamsburg, Plimoth Plantation and Old Sturbridge Village, and ALHFAM member Deb Friedman, senior vice president for public programs at OSV, is quoted!!