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WHM Hay Day

Posted by on Aug 14, 2018 in Family Program, Featured slider | Comments Off on WHM Hay Day

WHM Hay Day

Thank you for joining us for our first Hay Day Fair! Click the “Read More” tab to view photos of the event taken by Paul Guillotte and Susan Schneski.

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Let us Gather to Honor our Friend

Posted by on Jul 19, 2018 in Family Program, Featured slider | Comments Off on Let us Gather to Honor our Friend

Let us Gather to Honor our Friend

Please join us on Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 2 to 4 p.m. for a special event honoring the late Nancy Burstein, the former Director and Curator of the Williamstown House of Local History and Williamstown Historical Museum.  All are invited to join us to celebrate Nancy’s life and honor her good work and friendship. 

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WHM Special Summer Exhibit, June to mid August 2018

Posted by on Jun 14, 2018 in Exhibits, Featured slider | Comments Off on WHM Special Summer Exhibit, June to mid August 2018

WHM Special Summer Exhibit, June to mid August 2018

This exhibit examines some the lesser known pieces of the WHM collection and focuses on objects and ephemera that are unique to the WHM collection. Many of the pieces featured were close to being discarded and lost indefinitely, but were, fortunately, saved by savvy local history loving donors and given to the WHM. 

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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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