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Good Manners at the Gibson House with Etiqueteer, presented by Robert B. Dimmick.
“Good Manners at the Gibson House with Etiquetteer, presented by Robert B. Dimmick” will take place on Wednesday, February 1, 2012, at the Gibson House Museum, 137 Beacon Street, Back Bay, Boston. The Gibson family and their belongings are used to explain Victorian and early twentieth-century manners by Etiquetteer, etiquette columnist Robert B. Dimmick, on a 60-minute tour of the Gibson House. Etiquetteer’s witty interpretation will leave you with a less stuffy opinion of Boston Brahmins! Etiquetteer, known by his friends as Robert B. Dimmick grew up in Louisiana and now lives in Boston. He is known to have opinions about many different topics and expresses them at will. Be prepared for an informative and unforgettable evening of enjoyment. A reception will take place from 6-6:30 PM followed by a one-hour program.
More About Gibson House Museum
Walk through many of the residential streets in the Back Bay and it's clear that the buildings have stood there for a considerable amount of time. The Gibson House, a National Historic Landmark, gives visitors a chance to explore the inside of one of these classic residences, with original possessions dating from the late 18th to the early 20th century. It's a piece of history that's still picture-perfect.