Wellfleet Historical Society

Text Box: One day when I was working on a drawing of Uncle Timís Bridge in Wellfleet a woman stopped and admired the drawing. She introduced herself and suggested that my style might lend itself to a drawing of the Historical Society which is housed in an old building on Main Street. This was how I met Joan Hopkins Coughlin. 
Joan and her husband, Jack Coughlin, own the Golden Cod Gallery in Wellfleet where they display and sell their wonderful work. Iím honored that they both say nice things about my work. 
The end result of all this is that the Historical Society sells tee shirts, tote bags, and baseball caps with my drawing on them. 
We were in Wellfleet one October for the annual Oyster Festival when I saw something familiar in a shop window carrying a display of silent auction items. It took a bit to realize that it was one of my tee shirts. I donít know how the auction went.

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Close Ups

Weíve been going to Wellfleet for a long time. In the beginning it seemed like a place that had been the same forever. The contrary is true and there have been massive changes over the years. The Historical Society is the place to discover those changes.



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