Historic Plymouth Marie E. Fox, 1987, Ornament
Marie’s painting of Plymouth captures the historic quality of America’s Hometown. Look closely and you can see some familiar sites. Notice the horse drawn trolley as it passes Pilgrim Hall, the country’s oldest public history museum. See the families enjoying a picnic on the lawn by the First Parish Church and 1749 Courthouse. Along the winding Town Brook sits Plimoth Grist Mill, just down the hill from the 1636 Sparrow House.
Situated along the coast, one can find Plimoth Plantation and the Wampanoag Homesite. Catch the iconic Mayflower II as it sails by Bug Light and around the point of Plymouth Beach, passing Plymouth Rock along the way. Mark the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ 1620 arrival in Plymouth with this charming painting.
Ornament is made of porcelain.