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We are excited to welcome Thomasville Landmarks' Sophia Latz as our speaker at Tuesday's Slides of March lecture as we learn more about fallout shelters during the Cold War era. The program will take place in the newly renovated Flowers-Roberts' Basement. If accessibility is a concern, please let us know so that we can do our best to accommodate you. #duckandcover

Duck & Cover: the Architecture of Fallout SheltersMarch 27, 2018, 7:30pmThomasville History CenterOn March 27th, the second lecture in our "Slides of March" Series reaches to our more recent past and a unique architectural feature added to many homes and public buildings during the Cold War.

Landmarks’ Preservations Programs Manager, Sophia Latz, will present “Duck & Cover: the Architecture of Fallout Shelters.” This program will be presented in the newly renovated Flowers-Roberts Basement at the Thomasville History Center.

Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the fallout shelter which was constructed with the basement in the late 1940s. Please note that the basement entrance is below ground level and attendees will have to navigate stairs to enter.

If accessibility is a concern, please contact the Thomasville History Center in advance so that we may do our best to accommodate your needs.

A Thomasville native, Latz is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and she loves the scent of Flowers Bakery wafting through downtown.

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