We are revamping the interpretive information at False Cape State Park. So far, we’ve changed the names of trails to reflect the park’s cultural and natural history, redesigned the trail system to make it more user friendly, installed new trail directional signage, and opened our new visitor center.
We are now on the second phase of that project—designing interpretive signage and designing exhibits for the visitor center. We’ve been looking through our archives for old photographs of the Wash Woods Community, the Life Saving Station, and Duck Hunting Club. While we have some photos, you may have some better ones!! In particular, I am looking for pictures of the Wash Woods Church when it was still intact, the Life Saving Station crew members, and the Dudley Island Hunt Club.
If you are interested in sharing your old photos with us, please be aware that with tight budgets, we can not pay for the use of the photos. But if we do use your photos, we can give you a photo credit on the signs or exhibits. Please contact me at [email protected]. Please don’t send photos to this email box as it will get really full. More than likely we will need to make high-res scans of the photos anyway.
I look forward to hearing from you and seeing some of your photos!!