The home and studio of the artists Richard Miller and Irving Marantz (and briefly of Robert Motherwell), now owned by Gaby Rilleau.
The second printing of Building Provincetown has arrived. It can be purchased at Town Hall during business hours or through the mail, using this form.
Today, the Provincetown Historical Commission authorized a second printing of Building Provincetown. The first printing of 1,000 copies sold out in mid-August, two months after publication. “We anticipate moving 1,000 more might be a slower process in the fall, fingers crossed,” Stephen Borkowski, the commission chairman, said. Details as they become available …
On 19 August, the book sold out in the Town Clerk’s office. Happily, however, you can still get access to the entries in one of three ways. If you have a smart phone, you can tour the town with Building Provincetown in hand. Go to the app store and download the free Field Trip app from Google. On a desktop or laptop computer, you can call up the entries on this website by clicking here. You can also download the entire book as a PDF by clicking on the image above or on the link below. It’s a large file — about 21.8 megabytes — so it may take some time.
Click here to download Building Provincetown as a PDF.