An exhibit of 50 rare, early 20th century hand-colored photographs of Lincoln's 200-year old Hearthside House displayed in the same location they were taken in by David Davidson and Rufus Waterman in 1907-1912 when the house was owned by the Talbot family. The Talbots ran a renowned handweaving business in the attic during that time. The photographer's artifacts accompany the exhibit, including his camera, record books, and even the shawl worn by the model in the photographs. Self-guided tours of the house, including the attic with the original looms. Open Sunday, June 24, and every weekend thereafter through July 29th. Admission $10/adults; $8 ages 9-17; age 8 and under free.
Hearthside is located at 677 Great Road, Lincoln, RI.