Our “Clinton: Then and Now” summer exhibit features over 140 vintage images, some as early as 1900, of the town’s historic homes, general stores, schools, and churches, paired with current photos of each site. The society’s extensive archive provided most of the historic images, while residents also contributed from their personal collections. Interestingly, some sites show little change over the 100-year span, while others reveal great change. Included in the exhibit are “lenticular” photos from the 2007 summer exhibit which show in one photo either the “then” or “now” image depending on the angle the photo is viewed from.
The free exhibit will be open weekends from 1-4PM from July 8 through July 30 at the society’s 1777 Quaker Meeting House. Light refreshments will be served.
This post was written by Catherine McMahon