This is a small but beautifully curated exhibit (thanks to photographer/curator Alfred DeMaio). Try to go when Mr. DeMaio is giving a talk. The quality of the prints is outstanding. Glass slides are so sharp. It is interesting to see Pittsfield as it was, and Edwin Hale Lincoln was a photographer of distinction. If you are interested an historical perspective on Pittsfield - or better yet - if you are interested in photography, see this little jewel of an exhibit before it closes in October. This exhibit is free if you elect not to do the house tour.
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