Ladies and Gentlemen:
As you know, we have been working madly away on a joint project with the HAA, Six Buildings That Shaped Harvard History.
Well, our work is finally done, after eight months trial and travail. The film will preview to the HAA Board tomorrow, and then be promoted worldwide to our alumni beginning in May, as the last official part of the 375th celebrations. With luck it will increase not only awareness of the FDR Suite & our mission, but also how fascinating an historical resource we have in the College that surrounds us.
Thus, may I present to you, our supporters, a special pre-premiere premiere of Six Buildings:
Note: the entire video is 36 minutes long, and may take some time to load on slower connections. For those of you wishing to skip about, click on the video, press play, then pause, allowing the film to fully load on your PC (the status bar will progressively go gray.) You may then skip about at will. In later editions, the film will be divided into six segments for quicker viewing. You may also unclick the “HD” button on the lower right for considerably faster, lower definition viewing.
Some People Read History. Others Make It.
Come make a little history: support the FDR Suite Foundation!