“The Mansion’s Secret Lives: Untold Stories From the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, 1865-1960” – In-person Talk by Dr. Daryn Reyman-Lock September 12, 2:00 pm

William M. Martin, husband of Lillie Mathews, seated on his horse in front of the Mansion’s Porte Cochere, c. 1900s, LMMM Collection

Admission: $10 for members*, $15 for non-members; Limited Seating. Max capacity 50.

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Light refreshments and a Mansion tour will be offered following the presentation.

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The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion is a historically significant building whose history has been created, destroyed, changed and shaped by those responsible for its inception, construction and use. This lecture by Curator and Historic Preservation Specialist Daryn Reyman-Lock, PhD aims at unveiling stories, photos and documents of the Mansion and its inhabitants and visionaries that may have remained unseen and untold until now, and placing them within the context of the popular history of this National Historic Landmark.

Dr. Daryn Reyman-Lock, photo courtesy of Shannon Sorenson

Dr. Daryn Reyman-Lock is a native of Connecticut. After graduating from Lehigh University with a B.S. in Geologic Sciences and a B.A. in Archaeology, she matriculated to the University of Nottingham in England to complete a Masters and Ph.D. in Archaeology. Her research is concerned with the social constructs of space and phenomenology. Upon returning to the United States in 2012, she began working as a historic preservation specialist. Dr. Reyman-Lock often works closely with non-profits to curate exhibits, catalogue and move museum collections, and research historic landscapes and buildings. She also consults for municipalities on a variety of projects. 

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Harold Chauncey Mathews seated on the Mansion’s Veranda, c. 1900s, LMMM Collection
Edith C. Mathews in the Mansion’s Conservatory, c. 1920s, LMMM Collection