1678 Nye Homestead
An historic Cape Cod house museum
Open June 23rd to Oct 20th. Tuesday – Saturday, 11-4.
On peaceful Old County Rd. East Sandwich, MA on historic Cape Cod
$5.00 admission. Children under 12 are free. Members’ off-season tours: 508-888-4213
Nye Reunion Photo Gallery
Manual slideshow. Click arrow to advance.
NEXT YEAR’S 2019 Reunion will be September 21, 2019 We will be putting more info out starting in January 2019
1904 - At the second Nye Family Association reunion attendees are shown visiting the Benjamin Nye Homestead, then occupied by Helen Nye Holway.
1963 - This was the first Reunion after a long dormant period for the Association. The Homestead was newly acquired, with restoration work underway.
1965 - Board member Jack Field exits as Ellen Nye Holway manages the registration table.
1968 - It would be another 4 years before the Homestead was opened to the public.
1968 - Mingling after the business meeting.
1968 - The group photo
1985 - Finishing up the wood-fired clambake.
1985 - The evening program: Antique Fashion Show!
1989 - The mid-day meal in the Grange Hall.
1991 - A fine day for eating outside.
1991 - Jackie Staples with her project: a hand-tracing sheet.
2003 - We celebrate our 100th year as an Association.
2013 - A slide show by John Cullity.
2015 - Judy Hendy and Mary Kennan register the new arrivals.
2015 - The business meeting is more fun than business.
2017 - Curator Rosanna Cullity and Mildred White, both 97! Rosanna led the effort to preserve the Homestead in the late 1950s.
The 2017 group photo - they came from 15 states
The Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum is an historic preservation project of the the Nye Family of America Association, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. We are affiliated with the organizations listed below: