Exhibition Opening and Lecture: Celebrating Sippican
Exhibition Opening | Celebrating Sippican: Marion in the Golden Age
Reception and Lecture
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
6 pm – 8 pm
Guest co-curators Frank McNamee, owner of Marion Antique Shop, and Judith W. Rosbe, author of Marion in the Golden Age.
Lecture by Judith W. Rosbe
The Galen Stone Estate, Marion, MA
Celebrating Sippican: Marion in the Golden Age – an experience of Marion history as it rose in social and cultural prominence in the late 19th century as a destination resort community for noteworthy individuals from President Grover Cleveland to artist Charles Dana Gibson. The Golden Age of Marion began after the Civil War when it emerged from a sleepy seaside village to a summer gathering place of artists, writers, actors, musicians and other intellectual leaders and celebrities at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.
Charles Dana Gibson, Picturesque America, Anywhere along the Coast.
Pen and ink over graphic underdrawing, 1902. © Life Publications Co.
Marion in the Golden Age, by Judith W. Rosbe
Available for purchase online at the Museum Store or in the Museum gift shop The White Whale.
In partnership with the Sippican Historical Society