From the August 29, 1953 edition of Your Weekly Cape Cod Magazine Guide – featuring articles and advertisements about and for Cape theatres. Old Cape Cod – the 1953 summer season winding down.
From the July 11, 1953 edition of Your Weekly Cape Cod Magazine Guide – featuring articles and advertisements about and for Cape theatres. See Marlon Brando at the Falmouth Playhouse!
Footage shot at Wareham and Buzzards Bay Massachusetts during Wareham’s Bicentennial in 1939. Footage preserved at Wareham Public Library and digitized in the winter of 2013 under care of historian/author Lynda Ames. Digitized at masshistory.
Volume One of MassHistory’s magazine, Massachusetts Museum is now for sale on MagCloud.com! Print version is $15.00, Digital $5.00. Click here to preview and buy now!
Onset History Discussion from August 12th, 2003 – from the Wareham Public Library Audio Archive
Ed Staples answers questions about his studies of local native history at the Wareham Middle School in late 1991. From the Wareham Public Library Audio Archives
Gerry Pearle | History of the Onset Wigwam | Wareham Public Library Audio Archives
All 16 pages of the August 28th, 1919 edition of The Vineyard News, published in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. Many great advertisements and articles. TO SEE THE FULL PAPER (16 pgs) CLICK ON THE PAGE BELOW (opens in new window)
Edward Rowe Snow recites the famous ghost story of Fort Warren in Boston Harbor – the Lady in Black on “The Michael Ambrosino Show,” on WGBH in Boston, 1970.
If you’ve ever searched for interesting Massachusetts history videos on YouTube you’ve surely come across the work of M. L. Baron. He’s digitized and uploaded an exceptional collection of videos many of which feature southeastern Massachusetts from the 1920′s on. One thing is certain, many of these videos could be locked in a storage container, damaged by neglect, or worse, not saved at all – his collection being available to the public by his work is certainly a great contribution to the documentation, in its exclusive regional rarity, of not only our times but the times of our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents as well. M. L. Baron is an award winning videographer and photographer. He also operates The West Island Weather Station near the Cape Cod Canal, in Fairhaven, MA.
Below is a video from M. L. Baron’s YouTube Channel on the Hurricane of 1938:
M. L. Baron’s “About Me” from www.westislandweather.com : MLBaron is a Certified SkyWarn Weather Spotter (ID 11-070) and maintains the West Island Weather Station KA1WBH. He comes from a decorated military family . An accomplished artist, Baron practices in varied media from the old American Folk Art of Scrimshaw, to award winning videos and photography. He is also a recognized scrimshaw & antique ivory appraiser specializing in counterfeit detection. Living on West Island, Fairhaven,MA offers an abundance of subject matter. With every changing season along the shore or inside the West Island State Reservation, an opportunity for a special photo is never hard to come by. This small island is located near the Cape Cod Canal and Martha’s Vineyard, MA. West Island is small enough to fit inside New York’s Central Park.