Feeling Connected to Where We Are
Episode 65 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Rose Guerrero, who is the Research Director for the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. Her job is to make the area’s history accessible to the general public. She has a master’s degree in anthropology, with a specialty in food archeology. We talk the role that discipline had in leading her to a career as a historian. And, being a teacher at heart, educating people about the history of the community keeps her connected to her authentic self.
The Historical Society of Palm Beach County is a non-profit organization whose mission is to collect, preserve, and share the history of Palm Beach County. The Society maintains a large library on the history of Palm Beach County, Florida, and the Caribbean. Through its archives, which includes nearly two million photographic images, maps, newspapers, journals, periodicals, architectural drawings, and research files, the Society maintains an active research facility and documents the people and events that have shaped Palm Beach County.
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