A marketplace and a meeting hall since 1743 in Boston.
BEFORE THE CEREMONY
A brief introduction by Dr. Gerard Charpentier Grand Commander Ordre Lafayette
About the key role played by LAFAYETTE AND FRANCE throughout the course of the American Revolution (1765-1783) and the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783)
BG Emery Maddocks, new Knight Ordre Lafayette Order, and Dr. Gérard Charpentier Grand Commander Ordre Lafayette.
From left to right
Valéry Freland, Consul General of France at Boston, MA
Marvin Gilmore (Veteran WWII), Knight Ordre Lafayette
B.G. Emery Maddocks (Ret.), Knight Ordre Lafayette
Michèle Vlahos, Knight Ordre Lafayette
Thomas W. Thaler, Cincinnati Member
Dr. Gérard Charpentier, Grand Commander Ordre Lafayette
B.G. Joseph A. Milano (Ret.)
AFTER THE CEREMONY LUNCH AT THE « UNION OYSTER HOUSE »
Open to diners since 1826, is amongst the oldest operating restaurants in the United States of America and the oldest that has been continuously operating since being opened. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_Oyster_House