August 2, 2017 by klenart “Our featured small museum this month is the Cambridge Historical Society in Cambridge, MA. On the front page of its website, the Society invites guests to ‘be a part of one of the most revolutionary historical societies in the country.’ A closer look at the Society’s offerings justifies this claim.” Read more at Sustaining Places
July 7, 2017 by Betsy Levinson “The two-story home that houses the Cambridge Historical Society is an important piece of history on its own, but inside the tidy, 17th century building are items that offer a intriguing glimpse into everyday Colonial life.” Read more at Wicked Local
June 22, 2017 by Heidi Legg “As we spent time scouring the city for GenX voices bringing us emerging ideas, Marieke Van Damme’s name kept popping up as a change maker. The irony is that she is the Director of a the Cambridge Historical Society, headquartered on fabled Brattle Street, but a few houses away from the poet Henry Longfellow’s … Read More
March 25, 2017 by M Holbrow “‘How does it feel to be a member of one of the most revolutionary historical societies in the United States?’ “The tongue-in-cheek question, posed by Executive Director Marieka Van Damme at the Cambridge Historical Society’s annual meeting on March 22, highlights the organization’s long view, extending back to early times in New England. The … Read More
November 23, 2016 by Monica Jimenez “When is a high-rise not a high-rise? When the community plans around it, according to an old Cambridge Chronicle headline invoked during a Cambridge Historical Society conversation about affordable housing Nov. 17.” Read more at Wicked Local
August 11, 2016 by Natalie Handy “The secret to tackling current issues can be found by looking in the past, as far as the Cambridge Historical Society is concerned. “Since taking on the role of CHS director last year, Marieke Van Damme said CHS is making an effort to become more relevant to Cantabrigians today, and using history to explain … Read More
March 16, 2016 By: JM Lindsay “Tucked away in the 17th-Century Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, about halfway between Harvard Square and Fresh Pond Parkway, the Cambridge Historical Society doesn’t see much foot traffic. And that’s just fine with recently hired Executive Director Marieke Van Damme.” Read more at Scout Cambridge.
July 8, 2015 “The Cambridge Historical Society has two new faces: Executive Director Marieke Van Damme and Executive Assistant Rosemary Previte.” Read more at Wicked Local.
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