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Mary Anne Donaldson

Mary Anne Tay Donaldson

Mary Anne Tay Donaldson graduated from Trinity College in Washington, DC as a History major and received her M.S.L.S. from Catholic University.  Her library career spanned decades in special libraries–including the American Automobile Association and American Bankers Association headquarters–as well as managing  informational responsibilities in law firms. She is relocating to Hingham from the Los Angeles area to continue her interest in historic preservation prompted by many years of stewardship of her twin sister’s iconic Hingham antique residence.

Claire Senatore

Claire Senatore

Claire Senatore graduated from Boston College with a History degree and earned a Master’s degree in Museum Studies from the Harvard Extension School. Having grown up in Hingham and now living just around the corner from the Adams Birthplaces in Quincy, her love of history began at a young age and continues to be something she is passionate about. She has a in a variety of historical societies and museums, mainly with collections and archives. She looks forward to working with the AAHS collection.

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AAHS welcomes new board president Cathy Torrey

AAHS has a new Board President! We’re excited to welcome long-time Director Cathy Torrey, who has previously served in this capacity, as our new Board President. We also extend a sincere

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