50th Anniversary Dinner and Auction


Thursday Evening, May 3, 2018
The Racquet & Tennis Club
New York City

We are bringing together luminaires and dear friends of AMFF for a fun and congenial evening in honor of this great milestone—preserving fly fishing history since 1968!

Leadership Circle tickets include an invitation to the Leadership Circle Reception hosted by Paul & Anke Volcker at 5:30 PM and a prominent listing in the evening’s program book.


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Our History

In preparation for the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, May Orvis Marbury created wooden panels featuring flies and photographs to represent her father’s outdoor equipment retailer, C.F Orvis Company. These panels were rediscovered in 1963 as Hermann Kessler was conducting research for Field and Stream magazine. He approached the new owner of Orvis, Leigh Perkins and in 1968 the American Museum of Fly Fishing was founded. Fifty years after this historic event, AMFF is now the world’s largest repository and conservator of angling related artifacts, including our 7,000 volume Gardner L. Grant Library.

For further information please contact Samantha Pitcher 802.362.3300 x205 spitcher@amff.org

Additional Information
Ticket Level

LC Gold Benefactor Table of Ten ($10,000), LC Silver Benefactor Table of Ten ($7,500), LC Individual Gold Benefactor Ticket ($2,500), LC Individual Silver Benefactor Ticket ($1,000), Standard Ticket ($500)


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