Archival Evening 2015

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County presents

Annual Archival Evening Dinner Dance

December 9, 2015 | 7:00 PM | Club Colette, Palm Beach

By Invitation Only

For more information, contact Holly Finch at 561.832.4164 ext 103


Archival Evening 2014 Chairs and Sponsors

Carol Kirchhoff, Sonja Stevens, Karen Swanson

Mark Stevens

PNC Wealth Management | Grand Corporate Benefactor
The Richard and Pat Johnson Family | Evening Dinner Sponsor
Kirchhoff & Associates Architects | Evening Exhibition Sponsor
Nievera Williams Design | Evening Gift Sponsor
Palm Beach Illustrated | Official Magazine Sponsor of the 2014-2015 Season

MIZNER PARTNERS (as of November 25, 2014)
Architectural Partners
Glidden Spina + Partners
Marker Construction Group
Smith and Moore Architects
Smith Architectural Group, Inc.

Construction Partners
Addison Construction Corporation
Davis General Contracting
Hedrick Brothers Construction
Marker Construction Group
Sciame Homes
Wittmann Building Corporation
Woolems, Inc.

Real Estate Partners
Christian Angle Real Estate
Kevin Clark, Sotheby's International Realty
David Fite, Fite Shavell & Associates
Sonja Stevens, Fite Shavell & Associates

Annual Archival Evening


For Immediate Release
Sarah Morris, Advancement & Communications
561- 832-4164 ext. 106 |



West Palm Beach, FL | November 10, 2014 - The 13th annual Archival Evening, the premier benefit for the Historical Society, will honor Addison Cairns Mizner, one of the leading architects of the early twentieth century responsible for the Mediterranean Revival style which has left an indelible mark on both Palm Beach and Florida.

The evening will be celebrated on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM, at Club Colette in Palm Beach, beginning with a cocktail hour in the courtyard, followed by dinner and dancing. Attendees will be treated to the unveiling of the Archival Exhibition featuring Addison Cairns Mizner, which is sponsored by Kirchhoff & Associates Architects.

Carol Kirchhoff, Sonja Stevens, Karen Swanson will serve as Chairwomen, and Mark Stevens will serve as Grand Corporate Chairman. Major Sponsors include PNC Wealth Management as Grand Corporate Benefactor, The Richard and Pat Johnson Family as Evening Dinner Sponsor, Kirchhoff & Associates Architects as Evening Exhibition Sponsor, Nievera Williams Design as Evening Gift Sponsor, and Palm Beach Illustrated as Official Magazine Sponsor for the 2014-2015 Season.

Mizner Partner Sponsors (as of November 10, 2014) include construction partners Addison Construction Corporation, Davis General Contracting, Hedrick Brothers Construction, Marker Construction Group, Sciame Homes, Wittmann Building Corporation and Woolems, Inc.; architectural partners Bridges, Marsh & Associates, Glidden Spina + Partners, Smith Architectural Group, Inc. and Smith and Moore Architects.; and real estate partners Christian Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate, Kevin Clark of Sotheby’s International Realty, David Fite of Fite Shavell & Associates, Sonja Stevens of Fite Shavell & Associates.

Host Committee Members (as of November 10, 2014) are Helene and Keith Austin Jr., Jeanne and James Beasley Jr., Mark Elhilow, Cathy and John Flagg III, Joy Guernsey-Diesel, Pat Johnson, Charlene and Richard Johnson Jr., Kristy and Scott Johnson, Lynn and Russell Kelley III, Fruema and Elliot Klorfein, Pat and Howard Lester, Ross W. W. Meltzer, Penny and Alan Murphy Sr., Carey O’Donnell, James Ponce, Kristy and Grier Pressly III, Daniel A. Seigel, Patt and William Sned Jr., Connie and David Thomas, and Keith Williams.

Tickets are by invitation. $650.00 per person. Cocktail Attire. For more information and sponsorship opportunities please contact Sarah Morris at 561-832-4164, ext 106 or


ABOUT ARCHIVAL EVENING. Archival Evening is the premier benefit event for the Historical Society. The evening pays tribute to individuals whose achievements have substantially contributed to the unique character of this region, from its extraordinary physical beauty and world-renowned architecture, to its unique cultural institutions and its glittering social scene. Funds raised are critical in their direct support of civics and history projects developed for tens of thousands of school children throughout Palm Beach County, as well as the Society’s archives and artifacts collection.

ABOUT THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Society is a non-profit organization founded to collect, preserve, share and showcase the history of Palm Beach County and the larger context of Florida’s heritage. The Society operates and maintains the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, an admission-free institution featuring state-of-the-art, interactive exhibits.


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