Displaying original documents and artifacts, this exhibit uses the history of the bank, which began at the Cabot House, to explore the role of banks in the development of a strong financial system in the United States. The Cabots and their business associates used profits from their highly successful, global trading enterprise to invest in the building of key infrastructure, such as the bridge to Salem, in Beverly and throughout Massachusetts. Original records and physical evidence such as paint still extant in the room evoke an early nineteenth-century American bank.
Your emerging photographer will leave with a camera-like viewfinder that is made with their own hands and can be used...More Details
Abby Battis will give a gallery talk of the current photography exhibition and will discuss how the show came together,...More Details