The Museum will reopen to CAM Members on September 24 and to the public on October 1. The New CAM Green campus opens to the public on September 17. Hours at both locations will be limited and preregistration for timed ticket entry is required. Details here.

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Stories from the Stacks

The Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives houses a seemingly endless collection of unique and rich manuscripts, photographs, books, maps, and other archival documents from the region’s impressive (almost) four-hundred-year history. While we continue to progress in our efforts to get our collection online and to your computers, we’ve got a lot of great material we want to share with you before then, including:

 

CAM Video Vault Writers SeriesOffered in conjunction with the exhibition Four Winds: The Arts and Letters of Rocky Neck in the 1950s, this gallery talk by noted Gloucester literary figures Peter Anastas and David Rich lends ... continue reading.

 

Gloucester’s Own Jazz Trumpeter, Sylvester Ahola—With its breathtaking natural vistas, authentic industrial history, and vibrant artistic communities, Cape Ann has been the source of great inspiration and nourishment to countless creative individuals over the decades ... continue reading.

 

CAM Video Vault Lecture SeriesI never got the chance to meet Peter Anastas. And from what I’ve seen, heard, read, and watched, it’s unfortunate that I didn’t. During my first few months as the Librarian & Archivist at the Cape Ann Museum ... continue reading.

 

Digital Resources & Digital Research Advisory Service—Just because our doors are currently closed doesn’t mean that your research and historical study has to stop! The Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives is always open ... continue reading.

 

A Personal Reflection on the Value of Oral HistoriesDoris Helen McNeely Wankel. An obscure Cape Ann Artist you’ve never heard of? No. In fact, Doris has never lived on Cape Ann; never summered on Cape Ann; never even visited Cape Ann! ... Continue reading.

 

What's In Your Attic? As we’re all relegated to the comfort of our homes for the coming weeks, now would be a great time to visit the attic and see what Cape Ann-related historical documents, photographs and videos might be hiding there! ... Continue reading.

 

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