The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends to examine great leaders
The 2004 Daniel Library Friends annual book and lecture series will cover the spectrum this fall as it examines leaders - from the Civil War and modern political leaders to those in art and architecture and preservation.
The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends created this book and lecture series in 1996. It is responsible for bringing numerous noted authors and lecturers to the college and tri-county community.
All programs are free and open to the public. Refreshments are served and many events include book-signing opportunities.
Here's what is coming up this fall at The Citadel:
Grant and Lee:
Civil War Leadership Personified
into the Political Spectrum
Savannah and New Orleans
Tour: Cedar Hill Plantation and Medway Plantation
Gen. Mark W. Clark,
The Citadel's Preeminent Leader
Gothic Charleston as Exemplified at The Citadel
The Siege of Charleston
during the American Revolution
The 7th Emily Whaley
Memorial Garden Tour