Dr. Philip J. Merrill’s “An Artifactual Journey: From Slavery to Civil Rights”

AN “ARTIFACTUAL” JOURNEY: FROM SLAVERY TO CIVIL RIGHTSNovember 14, 2013 – Segment 3

We talk with historian, writer, appraiser and collector Dr. Philip J. Merrill about an exhibit at Baltimore’s Reginald F. Lewis Museum, The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard & Shirley Kinsey – Where Art & History Intersect.

Dr. Merrill will talk about the Kinsey Collection as well as treasured items from his own collection and explore their links to local and state history. Joining Dr. Merrill is Lisa Crawley, Resource Center Manager of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. Dr. Merrill will present a talk this Saturday at noon at the Museum: “An Artifactual Journey: From Slavery to Civil Rights.”

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1 Comment

  1. Sandy says:

    Mr. Merrill

    I have had the privilege of meeting you many years ago at a book signing at Enoch Pratt Library in downtown Baltimore. I am a huge Antiques Road Show and now a fan of Chesapeake Collectibles. I look forward to seeing your appraisals of African American items in both shows.

    I am interested in having you appraise a few African American items. If you are not available I would appreciate a recommendation for someone reputable. I am a native Baltimorian that still lives in the city. So I would like someone local m

    In addition I have some Native American items but I am unsure if this is a part of your expertise. If not I would appreciate any referrals you may have for my Native American items also.

    Thanking you in advance/respectfully

    Sandy

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