Through the Lens of L.H. Bailey: Plants, Places, & People
In the archives of the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum over one-hundred glass plate negatives taken by America’s Father of Modern Horticulture, Liberty Hyde Bailey were uncovered. This summer, for the first time in over a century, these images will be able to be viewed by the public. At the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum’s premier exhibit, “Through the Lens of L.H. Bailey: Plants, Places & People,”connect to America’s eminent horticulturalist-philosopher through these rare images taken at the turn of the 20th century.
JUNE 22ND: MEMBER PREVIEW
OPENING JUNE 23RD – SEPTEMBER 15TH
General Admission: $5; Student/Senior Admission: $3; Kids 5 and under: Free; Members: Free
– Group Tours Available –
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