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Kelly’s Corner 212 – Day’s Cottages

Kelly’s Corner  212 – Day’s Cottages
“Days' cottages have lined the shore of Beach Point like a magnified block set of a child since 1933. How many artists fed themselves and fended off starvation by painting this view? Joseph A. Days was a man of vision and practicality. In 1933 the Depression gripped so many Americans. I have been told it was more difficult in a small town because there were no Cadilacs, Rolls-Royces, or well clad restaurant clientele to view as a symbol, an image of hope.”
Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century

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