Albert B. Southwick Book Signing
Local historian and Worcester Telegram & Gazette columnist, Albert B. Southwick will be at Worcester Historical Museum on Saturday, December 14 for a book signing to celebrate the release of his new books Down on the Farm¸ Volume I, WWII Correspondence between Albert B. Southwick and Maple Hill Farm, February June, 1942, and Selected Writings Volume I. Southwicks books will also be on sale.
Albert B. Southwick has written six books and two librettos: The Worcester Club at 100 Years, The Johnson Family of Hyde Park & Sag Harbor, Once-Told Tales of Worcester County, More Once-Told Tales of Worcester County, 150 Years of Worcester: 1848-1998, Down on the Farm Volume I, Midas and The Peaceable Kingdom, which was translated into German and performed in Vienna, Austria, in English as well as in German. He has written many articles for various magazines, periodicals and newspapers including The Saturday Evening Post, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Berkshire Eagle, Worcester Magazine, Worcester Business Journal, and the Telegram and Gazette. For many years, he has specialized in the history of Worcester, Massachusetts.