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From Uptown Girls to Downton Abbey - Shared screen with speaker view
E E
31:28
Where will the recording be accessible for rewatching? I missed the beginning, thx
Minh Woodruff
32:37
Return to the Crown
Christine Utchel
33:14
The link for the recording will be on the homepage of our website: bronxvillelibrary.org available for a week or two
AMANDA MOORE
35:32
Never forget: Winston Churchill's mother was American! Amanda Moore
AMANDA MOORE
38:16
Has England reduced the rate of "Death duties"?
Linda Klein
40:33
High income taxes, too, right? As the Beatles observed in "Taxman", "Let me tell you how it will be, one for you, nineteen for me,..."cause I'm the Taxman..."
Margaret Mager
43:19
What was that the book you mentioned?
Linda Klein
46:28
Would the husband of a Dame be called Sir?
AMANDA MOORE
46:36
deBretts Pearage
Christine Utchel
54:30
FYI, the Bronxville Library has a book in our collection related to today’s lecture: In a Gilded Cage: American Heiresses who Married British Aristocrats by Marian Fowler, call number 305.5 F
E E
01:04:32
Women supporting the men financially, :)
Linda Klein
01:09:21
Consuelo Vanderbilt was the sister-in-law of Mercedes Gloria Vanderbilt (mother of famous designer Gloria Vanderbilt), right?
Linda Klein
01:13:54
Well, did she know how to make mince pie?
E E
01:19:01
This was very interesting talk
E E
01:19:06
Thank you
Margaret Mager
01:19:14
Well done!
Linda Klein
01:20:56
Are you familiar with the Are you familiar with the soap opera Coronation Street? If so, how accurately does it depict everyday British life?
AMANDA MOORE
01:21:27
FYI Sir Paul McCartney lives in New York City. Amanda
AMANDA MOORE
01:24:28
According to various books, the "South" sent its prettiest young ladies North so they would marry and send some money back to the South. Amanda
Margaret Mager
01:24:35
Lady Di was raised by a step mother correct? Yes, The Vanderbilts was very good
Linda Klein
01:24:44
In Coronation Street, most parents are not married. Is that realistic?
Linda Klein
01:25:48
What are your favorite British foods?