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PSU Museum Of The White Mountains Presents_____________
as he was by the paintings. Bornin and a life-long resident of North Conway, Goldberg usedhis talents in businesses rangingfrom furniture and antiques toreal estate and sporting goodsventures. He displayed WhiteMountains art in his stores,enticing visitors to start collect-ing. Many current collectionshave roots in his artistic savvy.Museum Director CatherineAmidon says the exhibition cel-ebrates Goldberg’s commitmentto cultivating collectors of White Mountains art. “Thescope of the images is broad; artis from around the WhiteMountains, including Maine. Ithighlights the diversity of whatthey bought, sold and collect-ed,” she says.The seven pieces in the exhibi-tion are on loan from the HoodMuseum at Dartmouth to whichRobert and Dorothy Goldberg bequeathed their collection.“This is an excellent opportuni-ty to strengthen the ties betweenthese two museums that sharesuch strong regional interests,”Amidon added.Charles Vogel, who drafteddidactic materials for the exhi- bition said, “My wife Gloria andI met Bob and Dot Goldberg inSeptember 1972. Bob becamemy mentor, advisor, teacher,confidant and some-time part-ner. Most importantly, BobGoldberg was my friend.”Vogel will speak at 7 p.m.Thursday, October 17 atHeritage Commons in theSamuel Read Hall Building onHighland Street, just down thehill from the museum. The exhi- bition opening will take place atthe museum immediately fol-lowing Vogel’s talk and themuseum will be open until 10 p.m. that evening.Vogel’s writings and more can be seen on the Museum of theWhite Mountains website,Plymouth.edu/museum-of-the-white-mountains/.The Museum of the WhiteMountains is located at 34Highland Street in Plymouth,
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New Hampshire, on the campusof Plymouth State University.Admission is free and open tothe public for self-guided tours.Contact Libby Griffiths at (603)535-3210 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss and sched-ule group visits.Museum hours are Tuesday,Thursday and Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.,Wednesday 10 a.m.–7 p.m.and Saturday and Sunday noon– 5 p.m. The museum is closedMondays and University holi-days.
Goose Eye Mountain and Mahoosuc Range from SundayRiver Valley (Newry, Maine), Francis Seth Frost, c. 1860s,Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NewHampshire. Gift of Robert A. and Dorothy H. Goldberg.