Antiques Auction Forum Podcast: Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

Thomas Jefferson’s lifelong interest in gardening, botany and agriculture is explored in the Monticello’s beautifully restored flower and vegetable gardens, grove and orchards.

The Antiques Auction Forum podcast is on location! After a tour of Monticello, Martin Willis talks with Susan Stein, Richard Gilder senior curator & vice president for museum programs, about Thomas Jefferson, the man and his amazing mountain-top home that he called Monticello. Be sure to “Like” it on Facebook!

Susan Stein, Richard Gilder senior curator & vice president for museum programs at Monticello.

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Martin Willis is Worthologist, auctioneer and director of decorative arts for James D. Julia Auctioneers for the Boston region. You can hear his podcasts at the at Antique and Auction Forum, featuring interviews with key players in the antiques and collectibles trade.

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