Summer 1998 Exhibit

Susan Ricker Knox: Portsmouth and Beyond

This exhibit catalog is available on our Shop page.
Although Knox had prominence by the 1910s, today she is little known even locally. Recapturing her early years has been especially challenging. The family home was at 93 Union Street, Portsmouth. Her father was a highly respected First Clerk to the Commandant at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and her grandfather had been overseer of the Portsmouth Hosiery Factory. For more details please go to our shop page for the catalog.

Other Past Exhibits:

War and Peace: Images from the Russo-Japanese War 1904 - 1905
Coming Home to the Warner House

The Artful Life of Thomas P. Moses 1808 - 1881

Portsmouth in 1950:The Art of Charles V. Goodhue

"To Restore Our Glorious Union"
Portsmouth & The Civil War