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Tag Archives: Tangier
Below are the events happening this month at the Legation. If you are in the area, we hope to see you there. Monday, March 9, 7 p.m. Movie Night “The Furies,” starring Barbara Stanwyck, Walter Huston. Thursday, March 12, 4 … Continue reading
Section II, “Architectural and Historical Context and Significance” of the of the Historic Structure Report on the American Legation in Tangier, Morocco is now available on Archnet. You can find it by going to the the page for TALIM and … Continue reading
TALIM welcomed Smith College Professor of Government Gregory White to the Legation October 27 for an informal round table conversation with professors and researchers from Tangier’s Abdelmalek Essaadi University. Participants engaged in lively exchanges about links between the environment and … Continue reading
After four years at the Tangier American Legation, Jerry & Marie Hélène Loftus move on.
Saving the Legation – unique American historic monument overseas – from oblivion and neglect, and telling its compelling story, has been my work over these past four years.
Journalists still cling to the Tangier Sin City image, though the International Zone ended more than a half century ago.
A rare book containing the letters written to the wife of kidnap victim Ion Perdicaris has been put up for sale.
James McBey’s “Zohra” has been called the Moroccan Mona Lisa, but in the 1950s, she was a young teen posing in Tangier, and friends with the children of Marguerite McBey’s American family.
Tangier found itself in the middle of Spain’s Civil War, and Franco eventually took over the Tangier International Zone during World War II.