Dickens in Massachusetts: A Tale of Power and Transformation
When Charles Dickens first traveled to America, the long-haired, clean-shaven, flashy dresser looked like a Victorian rock star. Crowds lined the streets for a glimpse of the writer and hoped to snip a lock of his hair. Learn more at "Dickens and Massachusetts: A Tale of Power and Transformation" hosted by Lowell National Historical Park. The exhibit features a collection of rare Dickens artifacts on loan from the Charles Dickens Museum in London, the Museum of Fine Arts, and other institutions.… Show more
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Lowell, MA 01852
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