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March with Us

Posted by on Jun 28, 2018 in Talks | Comments Off on March with Us

March with Us

You are invited to join us on Wednesday, July Fourth for Williamstown’s Independence Day Parade.  The Williamstown Historical Museum group is 15th in the lineup and you are invited to join us on Southworth Street before the parade starts.  We will have flags, a banner, tricorn hats, and t-shirts for our marchers to borrow.

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Williamstown Annual Meeting and Exhibit Opening

Posted by on Jun 14, 2018 in Exhibits, Featured slider | Comments Off on Williamstown Annual Meeting and Exhibit Opening

Williamstown Annual Meeting and Exhibit Opening

Join us on Saturday, June 23 at 11 a.m. at the WHM for the Annual Meeting for Members followed by a Special Summer Exhibit opening titled From Trash to Treasure and Recently Acquired.

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Letters in a Box: The Journey of a WWII Bombardier

Posted by on May 11, 2018 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on Letters in a Box: The Journey of a WWII Bombardier

Letters in a Box:  The Journey of a WWII Bombardier

Sheila Stone’s illustrated lecture about the book Letters in a Box, a book containing over 150 handwritten letters and postcards written home by her husband, Robert. L. Stone, during World War II is now available for viewing online. Click the “Read More” tab for more information.

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Reflections on Growing up in Williamstown

Posted by on Apr 5, 2018 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on Reflections on Growing up in Williamstown

Reflections on Growing up in Williamstown

A video of the panel discussion of Williamstown Remembrances can now be viewed online. Please click the “Read More” tab for more information.

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Honoring Isaac Stratton

Posted by on Mar 22, 2018 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on Honoring Isaac Stratton

Honoring Isaac Stratton

Rescheduled Event: On Saturday, May 5, 2018, you are invited to join us at the graveside of Isaac Stratton in Southdown Cemetery for a brief ceremony honoring South Williamstown’s first European settler.  This event is being held to recognize the recent installation of a flag holder indicating that Stratton fought in the American Revolution.

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