Researchers: Rejoice!

Good news from the Cape Ann Museum that library hours have expanded to allow researchers more time to work. The Cape Ann Museum library and archives hold a special place in my heart as that is where I finally located the breakthrough documentation I needed to allow Gloucester fisherman John Handran to receive the recognition he deserved. This is a Twitter screenshot with details:

And, in additional good news for researchers everywhere, the 1950 US Census will be released in just 39 days! It’s a 72 year wait for the census to be released and it happens only every 10 years so many researchers have itchy fingers to research this latest census release. What will you be wanting to know from the 1950 census???

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Auctions! (and the WaterFront Guide)

Cape Ann Home

If you’re curious about how real estate auctions work, here’s a link to Concierge Auctions.

And click here to get the Cape Ann Waterfront Guide. It’s full of all the Gloucester and Rockport winter activity: ACT, SOLD and UAG properties, with prices, photos, remarks and data.
Timely information to learn the market and make a smart decision when “OMGosh! That’s the one!” comes on the market.

Click here to get The Guide.

Kenny MacCarthy • Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty • 978.758.0983

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