Thoreau Society

Charles & Elisabeth

Charles giving one of his lecture tours for a high school class trip, sometime in the mid-eighties, speaking about Thoreau’s life and philosophies.
There was a school from somewhere in NJ who came up every year. The bus would roll up in front of the house, Charles would get on the bus, stand in the front and lead a tour through Concord.

Charles moved to Concord MA, with his wife Beverly, because it was the hometown of Henry David Thoreau, who was Charles’ life-long hero, and because he wanted to be a more active member of the Thoreau Society.