If you ask ’Sconseters what their village is all about, many of them will answer simply: “family.” As one longtime resident describes it, “When my kids come back to ’Sconset, they say they are ‘home.’ ” The village has provided lasting memories for generations of families, new and old, offering a safe haven for all phases of life: childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. We asked individual families to contribute photos from their own family albums to create this digital exhibition. The selection represents those individuals and families who volunteered to participate.
This presentation was made possible by the ’Sconset Civic Association, and was produced for the 2008 exhibition ’Sconset 02564 at the Nantucket Whaling Museum.
Banner image of ‘Sconset, a poem by Bliss Carman originally published by the Gift Shop in ‘Sconset, ca. 1930s. SC990-9