Cummings Davis Society
The Cummings Davis Society is a group of Museum members with a strong interest in American decorative arts. Named after the Concord Antiquarian Society’s founding collector, Cummings E. Davis, the Society provides crucial support for new acquisitions for the Museum.
Cummings Davis Society members enjoy decorative arts-oriented lectures, connoisseurship demonstrations, viewings of private collections, and other specially arranged day trips. While becoming a member of the Society is an important way to support the Museum’s collections, it is also a relaxed way to experience the art of collecting with an amicable group of like-minded Museum members and friends.
Funds raised from Cummings Davis Society programs and events support acquisitions and preservation of the Museum's distinguished collection for future generations.
To learn more about the Cummings Davis Society, please call the Development Office at (978) 369-9763, ext. 228.