Through March 1, 2013
The Lewis Walpole Library
154 Main Street, Farmington, CT
Curated by Susan Odell Walker, Head of Public Services
Celebrating their twentieth anniversary, Annie Burr Auchincloss Lewis (1902–1959) used Horace Walpole’s words to describe her partnership with Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis: “Life seems to me as if we were dancing on a sunny plain.” Annie Burr certainly shared her husband’s informed enthusiasm for Walpole, but her legacy extends beyond her well-known role as W.S. Lewis’s wife and partner. A gifted photographer and cataloger, she dedicated herself to family and friends, philanthropy and service. This exhibition, on view in Farmington through early 2013, explores her remarkable life through material selected from the Library’s rich archives.
For more details and exhibit opening times, go to: http://www.library.yale.edu/walpole/programs/exhibitions.html