The recent discovery of love letters written by Maxfield Parrish
80 years ago have revealed a secret affair the artist had with a young woman during the era of the Cornish Colony a hundred years ago. When
their affair began, Parrish was 66 and she was just 21. The letters were
discovered among the woman’s papers after her death, and were given to the Cornish Colony Museum on the condition her identity remain anonymous.
Proponents of a bill at the Statehouse say that
some records, particularly those related to family court proceedings,
could be abused if they were available online, as opposed to paper records. We look at the public’s
right to know and the individual’s right to privacy in the era of
digital court records.
Also, New Hampshire’s anti-tax stance might be eroding, and we hear about newly discovered letters from the Cornish, New Hampshire, painter Maxfield Parrish.