A multimedia exhibit surveying an influential magazine devoted to culture, literature and socialist politics is now on view at the Croton Historical Museum. “The Masses,” a publication which ran from 1911 to 1917, was produced by a number of leftist intellectuals who were Croton residents. The exhibit shows copies of the magazine and features biographies of Max Eastman, John Reed, Louise Bryant and other writers for the Masses who had Croton connections. The museum is located in the Municipal Building, 1 Van Wyck St., and it is free and open to the public every weekday except Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit was organized and curated by the Croton Historical Society.