Tag Archives: Gloucester City Hall
Cape Ann Museum MAXED out tonight for WALKER HANCOCK and other updates for tribute weekend- Sunday Schedule…
Cat Ryan submits-
Sunday! 1:30, 2:30 (space limited) Cape Ann Museum guided tour
Sunday! 1:30 Cape Ann Cinema showing The Monuments Men film
Sunday! 3pm City Hall special panel
Look for the wonderful series of articles and excellent coverage by Gail McCarthy and others in the Gloucester Daily Times!
Contact Judith Hoglander firstname.lastname@example.org
visit www.walkerhancockweekend.com (designed by Rob Newton)
FIRST PRIZE September 2014: Artist Brian Fay won the 2014 UK’s Derwent Art Prize just this month for this pencil drawing, Looted Salt Mine 1945 Manet in the Winter Garden. You can find his work as part of Pierogi’s famous online flatfiles. http://www.brianfayartist.com/
When I walk out our front door at sunset this is what I see ~
Gloucester City Hall Sunset from Plum Street
To see the beginnings my new website, click here- Sharon Lowe Photography. Thanks! ~Sharon
well, sure. yours is probably a copy neg (5×7 is way too big) of one of several stereograph images of city hall (each side albumen plate 3×4 and joined on a piece of clear glass to print the stereo card) taken by erastus g. rollins about 1872 from the tower of the unitarian church on middle st. to the left of the building is franklin square. on the right is the nice circular drive fronting warren st. cape ann museum has rollins’s original glass negs of these views in their archive (without homie poop all over them) as well as the stereo cards printed by rollins and succeeding owners of the plates. we also have bryant and rogers’ original plans of the building. c’mon down!
fred buck, photoarchivist, cape ann museum.
p.s. don’t think alice m. curtis was taking photos in the 1870s.
If you look at the top you can see the workers way up there. I’d be scared shitless.
The copper looks really nice all spiffed up. It’ll be beautiful once the screens come down -a newly restored sense of hope.
God it’s so sad, and the worst part is that it’s not like you could put repairing and restoring this historic building before educating your children or public safety.
It seems like the old lady is doomed. It has been let go so far that I fear it would take far too much to restore her. It’s not like you could just scrape and repaint, there is serious rot all over.
Sad, so very sad.