Nov 18, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Meeting Room D
Explores the role Herbert Hoover played during the Russian famines of 1921 to 23 and 1932 to 33 from the perspective of the speaker’s grandparents who experienced it and were fed by Hoover.
Presented by Robert Zapesochny, researcher and writer whose work has appeared in a range of publications. For several years, Robert worked closely with Peter Hannaford, a senior aide to Ronald Reagan as the primary researcher on four books and numerous columns. When not writing, Robert works for a medical research company in Rochester, New York.
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This event is free and open to the public. Face masks are recommended in public indoor settings.