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Henry J. Duffy

Henry J. Duffy, museum curator, consultant. Fellow Rutgers. Member Victorian Society, American Association Museums.

Background

  • Duffy, Henry J. was born on December 25, 1952 in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Son of Philip E. and Natalie W. (Willman) Duffy.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Art with honors, Drew University, 1975. Master of Arts in Art History, Williams College/Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1977. Postgraduate, Rutgers University.

    Career

    • Graduate assistant department American decorative arts Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1987. Registrar The Hermitage/State of New Jersey, Hohokus, 1989. Curator Lyndhurst National Trust for History Preservation, 1990-1995.

      Director Glebe House Museum and Gertrude Jekyll Garden, Woodbury, Connecticut, 1996-1997. Curator Saint-Gaudens National History Site, Cornish, New Hampshire, since 1997. Adjunct assistan professor art history Marymount College, since 1984.

      Guest lecturer, guest curator Katonah Museum, Scarsdale History Society, others. Museum consultant, since 1995.

    Works

    • Appearance on "America's Castles, Arts & Entertainment television, 1994, Entertainment and Sports Programming Network Sports Network, others.

    Membership

    Member Victorian Society, American Association Museums.

    Connections

    • father: Philip E. Duffy
    • mother: Natalie W. (Willman) Duffy
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    Born December 25, 1952
    (age 63)
    Nationality
    • 1975
      Drew University
    • 1977
      Williams College/Clark Art Institute
    • 1987
      Graduate assistant, department American decorative arts Metropolitan Museum Art
    • 1989
      registrar The Hermitage/State of New Jersey
    • 1990 - 1995
      curator Lyndhurst National Trust for History Preservation
    • 1996 - 1997
      director, Glebe House Museum and Gertrude Jekyll Garden
      Woodbury, New York, United States
    • 1997
      curator Saint-Gaudens National History Site
      Cornish, New Hampshire, United States

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