Lowell Gallery Civil War Exhibit

Guy Lefebvre of the Lowell Gallery has a terrific collection of Civil War prints and memorabilia.  Many of the images used to illustrate my talk on Sunday about “Lowell and the Coming of the Civil War” came to me courtesy of Guy.   Please visit his shop and check out this exhibit.

Lowell in the Civil War

Lowell Gallery
14 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Wednesday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
978-458-3137. lowellgallery@earthlink.net

Opening April 5, 2011

Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the War between the States, the Lowell Gallery will be exhibiting it’s collection of original historical engravings, artifacts, books, antique documents, and collectibles on Lowell In The Civil War.

There will be special displays on

Abraham Lincoln
Benjamin F. Butler
Ladd, Whitney & Taylor

first casualties of the conflict who enlisted in Lowell and are buried in the monument in front of City Hall.

Also featuring Janet Lambert-Moore’s original watercolor of the Ladd-Whitney dedication June 17, 1865

Signed and numbered limited edition prints are available

One Response to Lowell Gallery Civil War Exhibit

  1. john breen says:

    Any Lowell exhibit on the civil war is good for the city and its history. I remember that there was a bronze bust of Benjamin Butler in office part of the Lowell Memorial Auditorium. I hope the bust is put on display at your gallery! Mitch Breen