Thursday Evening at the Conference

The bus tour of prominent Fitzgerald sites took folks to the Mencken house, Johns Hopkins hospital, the Phipps clinic, and the author’s own apartment. The event climaxed with a sumptuous reception at the Evergreen Museum and Library, where attendees viewed several original Zelda paintings. One thing you must say about Fitzgerald Society conferences: there is no lack of food. The special Tom Collinses provided by Watson Caterers were delicious as well. The reception was capped by a moving reading by theater aficionado Richard Davison, who performed passages from Fitzgerald’s “Sleeping and Waking.”    -Next-    -Previous-

Thursday evening


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Photos courtesy of Tom Adams