5/15/2021

Tour of Joseph Bonaparte's
Point Breeze Estate in Bordentown, NJ

with
Peter Tucci
FACC Founding Secretary, Former President, and Board Member
and

The Bordentown Historical Society

We will tour the grounds and visit the museum building
to view artifacts discovered and collected over the years.


Refreshments are planned for after the tour!
 

Peter Tucci will lead us on a tour of  Joseph Bonaparte's Point Breeze estate.
 

The New York Times: Napoleon's Brother Lived in N.J. Here's What Happened to the Estate

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

3:00 PM - 5:o0 PM EDT
 

Bordentown Historical Society

302 Farnsworth Ave.
Bordentown, NJ 08505

Registration Deadline: 05/14/21 5:00 PM EDT
or when 40-participant capacity is reached.

$35/person Non-Members

$25/person FACC Members & the guests they register

$10/person Students (Age 12 - 20)

Face Masks are Required.  

Guests are asked to socially distance throughout the walking tour.  

Boots or sneakers recommended!

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Joseph Bonaparte (1768-1844)

Merci Beaucoup to
Our Event Partner:

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Only vestiges of Point Breeze remain.

Meet Our Host & Guide: 

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Peter J. Tucci, Esq.

Partner

National Co-Chair of
Corporate Department

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FACC Premier Member

Peter is Co-Chair of the firm’s 200-attorney Corporate Department. His practice spans a wide variety of corporate matters, both domestic and international.

He represents clients in:

  • mergers and acquisitions

  • private equity transactions

  • corporate finance

  • joint ventures

  • insurance and reinsurance transactions
     

Ranked as a leading attorney by Chambers USA, Peter has worked on several hundred transactions throughout his career. He also provides general corporate representation to many public and private companies, with a particular focus on advising European companies entering the U.S. market.

 

Recently, Peter served as the lead outside counsel on four of the 50 largest M&A transactions as listed in the Philadelphia Business Journal. The combined enterprise value of those transactions was more than $2 billion.

 

Peter also serves as Chair of the firm's International Practice Group. He is a past Chair of the Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group and a former member of the Executive Committee, the firm’s governing body.

Beyond Fox Rothschild


In 2005, the President of the Republic of France, Jacques Chirac, bestowed upon Peter the title of Chevalier (Knight) of the French Legion of Honor. The French Legion of Honor, which was established by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802, recognizes eminent service to the Republic of France and is the country's most prestigious award.

In addition to Georgetown University, Peter studied at the University of Dijon in France and The Hague Academy of International Law in the Netherlands.​

 

For 16 years, Peter served as President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the French-American Chamber of Commerce and remains an active Board Member. As the Founding Secretary, he incorporated the FACC in 1989. 

International travel is one of Peter's passions and his current goal is to attain membership in the Travelers' Century Club by traveling to at least 100 countries. To date, he has visited 84 countries.

Peter maintains the world’s largest private collection of letters written by and furniture owned by Joseph Bonaparte, the elder brother of Napoleon Bonaparte. Joseph was at one time King of Naples and later King of Spain. Peter recently curated an exhibition of his Bonaparte collection, which was profiled in The New York Times. Peter also appeared in a television documentary, “Bonaparte’s Retreat,” which has aired many times on PBS.

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