The Nantucket Historical Association is pleased to present Scallop Season in the Whitney Gallery at the NHA Research Library, 7 Fair Street, from Friday, October 10 through December. The exhibition is based on the popular 2002 book, Scallop Season: A Nantucket Chronicle by Jim Patrick and Rob Benchley, and featured selected photographs and narrative.
The Nantucket scalloping industry is an important part of the islands twentieth-century history, said Niles Parker, the NHAs Robyn and John Davis Curator. We are pleased to offer visitors and islanders another opportunity to glimpse the significant story.
The Whitney Gallery is free and open Mondays & Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M., and Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 4 P.M. For more information about the NHA and the exhibition, please call 508.228.1894, ext. 0.
If you enjoy this digital exhibition, please consider joining the NHA. Benefits include unlimited admission to our museums, historic properties, special exhibitions, and the walking tour of Nantucket; subscription to our quarterly magazine, Historic Nantucket; free use of the research library; free or discounted admission to our evening programs, concerts, and workshops; invitations to annual events and previews of special exhibitions; 10% discount on purchases at the museum shop; voting privileges at the annual meeting and listing in our annual report; and reciprocal free admission to museums in the Time Travelers program. Join online or telephone 508.228.1894 x 0.
Text for this digital exhibition was written by Jim Patrick; images were created by Rob Benchley. Both were taken from Scallop Season. This website was created by Georgen Gilliam Charnes, NHA Curator of Library & Archives, in October 2003. Feedback is always welcome: email@example.com.