The Hancock Historical Museum’s newest exhibit explores a local love story, as told by the handwritten expressions of endearment of Findlay-native, Earl “Bill” Kennedy, to his fiancée, Marie McCarthy. “Love Letters: A Jazz Age Romance” frames what life was like in small-town America in the 1920s. From golfing at the Findlay Country Club, to dancing at Riverside Park, this was courtship during the Jazz Age!
In honor of our newest exhibit, we’re celebrating the season of love at the Hancock Historical Museum! Take a moment to share with us what you love about your museum. Submit your heartfelt thoughts below, and consider making a contribution to show your local history museum some extra love and support!