“Oysterponds at Work (Photography Exhibition)” – Drawn from our very large collection of photographs showing the residents of East Marion and Orient as they go about their daily life.
“A Maritime Miscellany” – Focuses on many diverse maritime objects, including paintings, sailors’ valentines, prints, toys, photographs, relief carvings, shellwork, and even a schooner in a bottle.
“World War I” – Displays OHS’s extensive documents and archival objects relating to WWI, including a diary, poignant letters, a gas mask, a trench shovel, a mess kit, helmets, much more.
“Works on Paper” – Brings together some of OHS’s finest works of art—drawings, watercolors and prints—created in the last 200 years and how they relate to the history of Oysterponds.
“Primary Sources” – These items, culled from OHS’s largest and most important collection, range from letters, deeds, diaries, account books, pamphlets, and records of all sorts.
“small” – Guest curator Charles Dean shines a spotlight on a selection of delightfully-diminutive items that, despite their size, are among the most the most important in the OHS collection.
Hours are Fridays, 2pm – 5pm; Saturdays, 11am – 5pm; and Sundays, 2pm – 5pm