In honor of these two auspicious days, our Director-Curator, T.H. Gray, will happily answer any and most questions put to him (Actually, Mr. Gray is not interested in such drollery, but our marketing department said this would help elevate awareness of the Hysterical Society).
Mr. Gray is a graduate of the prestigious Peale-Barnum Public History Museum Studies Program, where he lettered in copperplate penmanship and wrote his dissertation on the conversion of the Ship of Theseus into Washington’s (or Lincoln’s) Hatchet, making it the single most important artifact of the twentieth century. More recently he was a Summerthur Fellow, focusing on early American decorative sciences. While he will do his best to answer many of our members’ questions, he does have a few ground rules: