Elizabeth and Marcia spoke at the Sunnylands event about what it was like living in and visiting the home when they were children. They described the elaborate menus created for the Presidents and other Heads of State who would stay on the estate. Sunnylands is planning to publish a cookbook to recreate some of the recipes from those days. Marcia also talked about the Annenberg art collection, which Walter Annenberg had taken the time to educate her about, leading to her great interest in art and a long tenure at Christie’s.
Elizabeth spoke about the high fashion often seen at Sunnylands and their plan to host a fashion week featuring Lenore Annenberg’s favorite designers and the events where their clothes were worn.
One of the favorite moments of the event was the walk past the “Wall of Memories,” which exhibits photographs of famous heads of state, US Presidents and celebrities who spent time at Sunnylands. Everyone who attended was struck by the experiences and opportunities Elizabeth and Marcia had growing up at Sunnylands. Lisa is happy to have provided a taste of what it was like to be there back then.
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