Remembering Nancy Hiller: Preservationist, Writer, Woodworker, Ethicist

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Nancy Hiller sitting at a table with pencil and ruler in her hands with a sheet of paper underneath them on the table

In this year’s annual Rosemary Miller Lecture, hosted by Historic Bloomington, Duncan Campbell remembers Nancy Hiller and her deep commitment to historic preservation, the written word, fine woodworking, and personal ethics. A stalwart member of the Bloomington community, Nancy’s advocacy, good humor, and personal touch were felt by everyone she met; and her writing, furniture, and model of ethical citizenship reached well beyond Bloomington. Few have done as much for preservation, or spread its word as far, but it was her readiness to so elegantly share her life’s work and intimate self-examination in her writing that truly set her apart. 

This event was postponed. Stay tuned for updates!

Event flier for Nancy Miller event, which features Miller standing in front of a green wall next to a wooden hutch.

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