Free Lecture about Faye Huntington!

Isabella Alden and her best friend Theodosia Toll Foster shared many things: a strong Christian faith; a belief in the values of honesty, kindness, and honor; and a true desire to make the world a better place for everyone. They also shared a talent for writing.

Old black and white photo of Theodosia Toll Foster dated about 1865.
Theodosia Toll Foster (about 1865)

Under the pen-name “Faye Huntington,” Theodosia published over forty books, as well as pamphlets, short stories, histories, and other articles for magazines and newspapers.

Title page of Dr. Deane's Way, and Other Stories by Faye Huntington and Pansy.

But perhaps her most beloved short stories appeared in The Pansy magazine, which Isabella edited. For over a decade they collaborated on the magazine’s contents.

You can meet Theodosia’s Great-granddaughter!

Susan Snow Wadley, Theodosia’s great-granddaughter, will be giving an on-line Zoom lecture on Theodosia’s life and writings.

Hosted by the Erie Canal Museum of New York, the lecture is scheduled for:

Date:  Thursday, March 24, 2022

Time: 12:00 noon (EST)

Cost: Free! (donations to the museum are welcome)

Click on the link below to register.

This is an excellent way to learn more about the times in which Isabella and Theodosia lived and the events that influenced their young lives.

See you on the 24th on Zoom!

p.s. Click here to read some of Theodosia’s stories for free!

2 thoughts on “Free Lecture about Faye Huntington!

  1. Good afternoon!I registered and paid twice for todays lecture but can’t get in!  Can you please help? Kindest regards, Eileen Dowd

    Sent from the all new AOL app for iOS

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