The Round Table mourns the loss ofhistorian and author
(July 5, 1927--July 23, 2017)
Thomas Fleming was a founder of the Round Table, its former Chairman, and more recently its newsletter editor and program chair. He will be missed by all members as a loyal and affable friend, and a vibrant inspiration to immerse oneself in the study of history.
Thomas Fleming (left) accepts a certificate of appreciation fromARRT-NY Chairman David Jacobs for his presentation on The Great Divide.
(Taken at The Coffee House, New York City, April 5, 2016.)
The New York American Revolution Round Table brings together a diverse group of people, largely business and professional men and women, united by a common interest in the Revolutionary era. We meet five times a year, on the first Tuesdays of October, December, February, April and June, at our comfortable, private midtown-Manhattan home: The Coffee House, 20 West 44th Street, 6th floor, New York City. Our convivial evenings include:
talks by top scholars and authors on the American Revolution
networking and conversation
a delicious three-course served dinner
entertaining book reviews and book auctions
Congenial people with a common interest have made the American Revolution Round Table a tradition in New York for more than fifty years. Join us! Our next meeting will be Tuesday, October 3, 2017.