Jun 24, 2012 to Jul 29, 2012
An exhibit of rare, early twentieth century hand-colored photographs of Lincoln's Hearthside House displayed in the same location they were taken in by David Davidson and Rufus Waterman in 1907-1912, when the house was owned by the Talbot family with a renowned handweaving business.
Photographer's artifacts accompany the exhibit. Self-guided tours of the 200-year-old house, including the original looms in the attic.
Special lecture July 8 at 2 p.m. on collecting early twentieth century hand-colored photography.
|Cost||Adults $10, children twelve and younger free.|
Hearthside House Museum
For more information:
Friends of Hearthside, Inc.
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