Adolphus Greely Presentation RESCHEDULED for this Friday
Adolphus W. Greely
Personal Historical Profile
Dr. Miller Graf, DPA
HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED
FOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH @ 6:00PM
Dr. Graf's twenty years of active service as a United States Air Force Officer, including hundreds of hours of B-52 arctic flight experience, two years as Operations Officer at Sondrestrom Air Base, Greenland, and eventually Commander of the 2004th Communications Squadron, provides his intimate understanding of the polar region to which Adolphus Greely led the Lady Franklin Bay Scientific Expedition in 1881.
Dr. Graf founded the Management Division at Bradford College in Bradford, Massachusetts, and served as its Chairman and Professor of Economics and Finance for 20 years, during which time he also authored "Arctic Journeys: A History of Exploration for the Northwest Passage."
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Miller Graf on Friday, February 15th at 6:00 pm, as he provides entertaining and enthralling details and insights of the historical polar expedition led by Newburyport's Adolphus Greely.
This presentation is open to the public - limited seating available.
Museum members: Free
Non Members: $5
Attendees are invited to a Reception following the presentation