Sandwich, New Hampshire 1976: A Town in Time
Bill Finney's photographs, which were exhibited during the Bicentennial at the Sandwich Historical Society, are presented as an "architectural essay" of the town at an important historical moment. Photos are combined with a sampling from the Society's document collection including letters, notes, and other unusual writings. 48 pages, softcover.
The Alfred Quimby Fund for the Town of Sandwich, NH - The First 80 years: November 9, 1918 - June 30, 1998
by Donald A. Pease, Quimby Trustee 1983 - 1998. Provides a detailed discussion of the life of Alfred Quimby, his will, the trustees of the Alfred Quimby Fund, and the impact of the fund on the town of Sandwich since its activation in 1918 to June 30, 1998. 64 pages, softcover. Very minimal charge - booklet shipping only.
With Faithfulness and Quiet Dignity: Albert Gallatin Hoit 1809-1856
by Patricia L. Heard. Details the life of Albert Gallatin Hoit featuring many of his paintings. 30 pages, softcover booklet.
Enoch Wood Perry, Jr. 1831-1915
Edited by Patricia Heard and Nancy Fenn Montgomery. Articles about Enoch Wood Perry, Jr., prolific American portrait and genre painter, and a catalogue of his paintings. 10 pages, softcover booklet.
Brushes with the Literary: Letters of a Washington Artist 1943 - 1959
by Marcella Comés Winslow. Letters written to her mother-in-law, Anne Goodwin Winslow, revealing her impressions of an array of poets, novelists, and critics that Winslow came to know during her time in Washington, DC, many of whom she also painted. Includes photos of her paintings. 394 pages, hardcover.