Adams Gallery displays Exploring the Charles: Boston Herald Photo Project


The Boston Herald's award-winning team of 19 photographers was dispatched to the 23 Massachusetts cities and towns along the banks of the Charles. The result is a dazzling collection of photographs capturing the people, wildlife and luminosity of the river's environment.

“Our photographers capture amazing images for use in the Boston Herald every day, but this project provides a unique means of showcasing their artistry,” said Patrick J. Purcell, the newspaper's publisher. “As a newspaper, we continually find new ways to tell a story, and we look forward to making these captivating images available on and in the daily newspaper.”

Exploring the Charles: Boston Herald Photo Project is at the Adams Gallery, Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont Street, Boston. The exhibit is open to the public through September 8, 2006 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

Suffolk University 's Adams Gallery presents exhibits on themes related to Boston history. Its location on the Freedom Trail, in the historic heart of Boston , makes it a natural site for exhibits of original materials or reproductions of importance in the chronology of Boston and New England. For more information visit the Adams Gallery.

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