"Learn about Carmel's early history from the diaries of Anne Nash. In 1921, she built a home in Carmel along with her friend Dorothy Bassett. The diaries document the women's struggle to support themselves and build a life in the community. Longtime Carmel resident Lani Fremier will share from the diaries and give us an insight into bygone days." (From program description)
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