Author: Maggie Dimock

Childe Hassam’s first trip to Greenwich, Connecticut probably took place in 1894 when he paid a visit to his friend, artist John Henry Twachtman, who purchased a house in the town in...
In January 2021 the Greenwich Historical Society will show publicly for the first time a newly acquired painting by American Impressionist painter Childe Hassam, which will appear at the center of an...
Sharing Genjiro Yeto’s story with visitors is a critical aspect of our educational and interpretive program at the Greenwich Historical Society.
This week’s video explores a tiny object with immense legacy – a small “picket pin” that once belonged to suffragist Alice Paul, the founder of the National Woman’s Party.
Kathy Craughwell-Varda, curator of An Unfinished Revolution, describes how women have worn white over decades to show support for women's rights.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, granting American women the right to vote. The Greenwich Historical Society is celebrating this anniversary with the exhibition An...