Browse Exhibits (3 total)
North Adams has been home to many successful people; businessman, politicians, academics, and others. Many of those people began their lives and education at local schools, including Drury High School and Williams College. This exhibit draws from an array of yearbooks that give a glimpse into the history and stories of a few of North Adams's most prominent figures.
It is an illustration of the connectedness of lives within a community, in yearbook form.
From Arnold Paperworks to the opening of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts in 1999, the Marshall St. complex has been the site of dominating forces in North Adams' history. This exhibit examines North Adams' transition from an industrial center in the nineteenth century to a creative hub in the twenty first.