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The Beatles topped the charts with “Yellow Submarine,” Ronald Reagan entered politics, skirts inched up, the war in Vietnam dominated the news, Betty Friedan spearheaded the National Organization for Women, and gasoline cost thirty-two cents a gallon.
Perhaps most importantly to our story, however, in the summer of 1966, Brooklyn-born Cheryl Barbara Stark hopped the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard to teach jewelry making.
Nineteen-year-old Cheryl discovered a laid-back, friendly island, a place that felt vastly different from the mainland. Though academics weren’t her strong suit, she had recently found her niche at the School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where she had learned silversmithing and jewelry making.
“I was a good athlete, not a scholar,” Cheryl says. “But when I found out that you didn’t need SATs or a high school diploma to get into the Museum School, I put a portfolio together and went to Boston.” Thanks to Mr. Dale, her Scarsdale high school art teacher, who had taken a course in jewelry making and taught her everything he knew, Cheryl was accepted. “I had finally found something I was good at,” she says.
Martha's Vineyard Cutout Money Clip
1.01ct Solitaire Diamond Engagement Ring
Pave Diamond Huggie Earrings
Gay Head Fresnel Lens Charm
Diamond Pave Wave ring
Martha's Vineyard Compass Rose Small Jade Enamel ...
"Out at Sea" Turquoise Enamel Martha's Vineyard ...
Lika Behar "Random Walk" Diamond Bracelet
Lika Behar "Stockholm" Oxidized Silver Diamond Cuff ...
Diamond Martha's Vineyard Small Outline Necklace
Ed Levin Secret Martha's Vineyard Bracelet
Ed Levin Signature bracelet with 14k gold ...
Rigging Collection Blue Topaz Necklace
Mocha Mott's Coffee Cup Charm
Martha's Vineyard Pave Diamond Stud earrings
Martha's Vineyard Coordinates Tie bracelet
Classic Island Tie bracelet Large
Mini Martha's Vineyard Necklace
Vineyard Colors Necklace in sterling silver and ...
Martha's Vineyard Sheep charm