Peach Season

By Kristen McCauley, Senior Manager of Education and Interpretation Don’t you just love the summery sight of a bowl of brightly colored, fresh-picked peaches on the kitchen counter? It’s peach season here in NJ and we’re looking at the history of the New Jersey peach, and its connection to Gustav Stickley’s early twentieth century agricultural …

Collections News: Additional Clews to Stickley’s Taste

by Jonathan Clancy, Director of Collections and Preservation As it turns out, there are a few things I have trouble resisting. Near the top of the list is almost any pun about ceramics followed closely by the thrill of tracking down Staffordshire transferware that Stickley owned and displayed in his homes. Since the opening of …