|Building Monticello (1st Wednesdays Series)|
|Wednesday December 5, 2012|
|7:00 PM to 8:45 PM|
Thomas Jefferson never knew the Monticello we visit today - in perfect condition, impeccably furnished. Jefferson died so deeply in debt that his surviving child was forced to auction off the house and contents. Dartmouth college senior lecturer Marlene Heck explains the lifelong project Jefferson called his 'essay in architecture.'