Gloucester on the Move

Saturday, February 2

3:00 p.m.

Exhibition Related Programs, Lectures, Readings, Films

An Illustrated Talk with Antique House Historian Prudence Fish

Prudence Fish, local historian and author of Antique Houses of Gloucester, presents an illustrated talk on the once-common practice of moving and relocating houses. Offered in conjunction with The Little House: Her Story.

Free for Museum members; $10 nonmembers.Reservations required. Sign up online at Eventbrite or call (978) 283-0455 x10.

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Prudence Paine Fish is the author of Antique Houses of Gloucester (History Press, 2007 - out of print) and currently produces the blog Antique Houses of Gloucester and Beyond! Raised in a small New England town with a mother who was an antiquarian, Pru was inevitably exposed to "old things." After graduating from UMass/Amherst she lived in Connecticut, taught school, married, and raised three children in suburbia. A move to Newburyport, MA renewed her interest in all things old and furthered her interest in research, writing and consulting. Pru is a volunteer at the Cape Ann Museum and can often be found sharing her knowledge at the Museum's White-Ellery House property when it is open to the public during the summer. 


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