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Keeping Time: Clockmaking in Concord 1790–1835

September 12, 2017

A ground-breaking exhibition featured over thirty of the finest examples of documented Concord clocks from the Museum’s collection and others in a fascinating mix of craftsmanship, social history, entrepreneurship, economics... View Article

Wild Flora

October 23, 2017

Over 100 botanical prints of pressed plants artfully preserved using an innovative technique by field biologist Erika Sonder were exhibited with botanical specimens collected in the traditional manner in the... View Article

Good Then, Good Always: Toys and Memories

October 24, 2017

Designed for both kids-at-heart and their children and grandchildren, the exhibition included over 100 wonderful toys spanning three centuries and brought to light the fascinating stories behind these classics.

Emerson and His Study: An Inside Look

October 24, 2017

Examining for the first time in a gallery setting some of the Study’s most significant furnishings, paintings, prints and books offered a privileged look at an icon of American letters—the... View Article

The A–Z List: Finding the Unexpected

October 24, 2017

Over 100 items with unexpected visual and verbal richness that literally ranged from A to Z were on view from the Museum’s renowned collection. From simple objects to high-style knockouts,... View Article