Well worth checking out: in Boston, in Copley Square's public library, on the very top floor, a tiny room is the home of the amazing collection of marionettes by William Addison Dwiggins. 2 long display windows full of characters of all sorts.
Looking up, the mess of handles:
And in the back, above the mantelpiece, a lovely small mural. No name of artist.
It looks somewhat unfinished but I love it that way.
To add to the visual pleasures of the day, there were some lumpy trees,
And some very sweet fountain pieces. (Public Gardens)