Week Nine Weekday Schedule
Monday June 22 McIntire District Memories
These excerpts from the “Lee Letter” collection at PEM’s Phillips Library capture the characters and color of the neighborhood as recorded by residents and former residents in the late 19th century
Tuesday, June 23 Three American Icons
The story behind Gloucester’s “Man at the Wheel” statue,” Rockport’s Motif #1, and the “Spirit of ’76” painting in Marblehead – three regional, if not national, treasures
Wednesday, June 24 The Wonderful World of Salem’s Ross Sterling Turner
One of the great watercolorists of his era, Turner (1847-1915) was a major force in the Boston art scene and, for 30 years, one of Salem’s most active and valuable citizens
Thursday, June 25 Shrinking Salem
A chronicling of how pieces of Salem’s original land mass became new communities in the first half century after Roger Conant’s arrival in 1626
Friday, June 26 Get Outta Town!
A photographic survey of some of the most beautiful, interesting, historic or unique sites that are to be found on Boston’s North Shore
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