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Karl H. Neugebauer
  • Male
  • Watertown, Massachusetts 02472
  • United States
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Karl H. Neugebauer's Colleagues

  • Millie Rahn
  • Audrey Jones Childs
  • Robert A. Childs
  • Julia
  • Joyce
  • Lee Wright
  • Heather Cole
  • Joanne Riley

Karl H. Neugebauer's Interest Groups


Blue Collar Artist / Community Volunteer

Latest Activity

Millie Rahn commented on the event 'Popular Music of the Gaslight Era (1890-1920)'
"Afterwards, join us for the official launch of the New England Folk Music Archives with musicians from Club 47-era to the present. 6:30pm. Hard Rock Cafe, Boston. $47 individuals/$70 duo/$100 artists reception. Details at"
Sep 15, 2009
Karl H. Neugebauer commented on the event 'Popular Music of the Gaslight Era (1890-1920)'
"My grandson is being baptised and his second birthday is the 21st, so I'll probably be at the celebration (or my daughter will never speak to me again...)"
Sep 14, 2009
Karl H. Neugebauer posted an event

Popular Music of the Gaslight Era (1890-1920) at Watertown Free Public Library, 123 Main Street, 02472

September 20, 2009 from 2pm to 4pm
September 20th (Sunday) 2 to 4 PMJohn Root, Musician and Educator will provide a program on... Popular Music of the Gaslight Era (1890-1920)features a diverse repertoire of instrumental and vocal musical styles from the turn of the previous century. Everyone is invited to sing along and to experience the range of feelings evoked by this music.The songs' lyrics offer insights into the customs and values of these bygone days. Audiences also learn how our country’s multicultural diversity at the…See More
Sep 14, 2009
Karl H. Neugebauer is attending an event

Reading of Declaration of Independence and Watertown Treaty at Edmund Fowle House and Museum

July 18, 2009 from 10am to 2pm
The Historical Society of WatertownInvites you toThe Reading of the Declaration of IndependenceAndCelebration of the Treaty of WatertownSaturday July 18, 2009 at 10:00 A.M.At the Edmund Fowle House and Museum28 Marshall Street, Watertown, MA 02472It was July 18, 1776 and a copy of the Declaration of Independence had just arrived from the Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia. It was sent by John Hancock to the Provincial Congress, Governors’ Council headquartered in Watertown at the…See More
Jun 19, 2009
Robert A. Childs is attending an event

Watertown Founders Monument Rededication at Watertown, MA 02472

June 6, 2009 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm
Watertown Founders Monument Rededicationand Family Day at the RiverSaturday, June 6, 2009, 12:30p.m.-4:30p.m.Come early and bring a picnicCharles River Road, Watertown Square, Watertown, MassachusettsExperience what makes Watertown Great! - Its History and its People!Rededication of the restored Founders Monument, 1630 reenactment, nature walks, learnabout things to do around the River, children’s games, and more....See More
May 26, 2009

Profile Information

Where Do You Consider Your "Hometown"?
What is your interest in the Mass. Studies Network?
connecting and sharing information, learning...
About Me:
Work full-time in a job I really don't like but it pays well. I love the visual arts, especially watercolors, stained-glass, mixed media and photography. Past president of the Watertown Art Association 1996/2002, current webmaster. Current president of the Historical Society of Watertown since 2004, past recording secretary 1997/2001, past vice-president 2002/04
Your Website:
Another website or blog?
Your Organization:
Historical Society of Watertown
Your Title:
Webmaster, past President, past VP and past Recording Secretary
Another Organization?
Watertown Art Association
Another Title?
Board Member, Webmaster, Past President
Major areas of interest
Arts, Community Life, Environment, History, Music, Visual Arts
Other areas of interest not listed above?
Motorcycling, canoeing, painting, stained-glass, photography, sculpture and mixed media

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At 9:24 on November 5, 2008, Heather Cole said…
Welcome Karl! It was great to meet you and so many other volunteer historical societies on Saturday. Glad you've joined the MA Studies network -- and looks like you've jumped in and are finding your way around. This is a pilot project so we're encouraging everyone to invite others, test it out, start discussions, groups, etc. and use it as is useful. Let me know if you have any questions or problems!


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