March 11, 2014 by MaryBeth
Do you know someone who has assembled an impressive collection of photographs, drawings, ephemera, or other works on paper that help illuminate New England history?
Submit a nomination for the 2014 Prize for Collecting Works on Paper. Historic New England awards the prize annually to a collector or dealer who has helped save a significant collection of historic material that might otherwise have been lost or left unrecognized. The $500 prize is presented at a public reception. This year’s nomination deadline is March 27, 2014.
Past winners include an autograph dealer who published a catalogue of material related to American presidents, an author and curator who amassed the largest known collection of Shaker ephemera, and a retired police officer dedicated to documenting the nineteenth- and twentieth-century history of Salem, Massachusetts. Learn more about the prize and its past recipients.
Category Articles | Tags:
You must be logged in to post a comment.