Sarah Currie serves as Executive Director of the Williamstown Historical Museum.  She holds a BA in Sociology from Franklin and Marshall College and a MS in Design from UMass.  Her interest in Williamstown’s history was sparked when, as a teenager, she visited Taconic Lumber on Water Street with her father and discovered a historic architectural treasure, the former Williamstown Opera House.  Her fascination with hidden histories has continued and today she is particularly curious about the stories that buildings and their inhabitants can tell.  You can reach Sarah at the office by calling 413-458-2160, or by e-mail.

Kendall McGowan is the Collections and Administrative Assistant at the WHM. She has a BA in History from McGill University and is studying for a Master’s of Science in Information Science with an Archives and Records Management concentration at SUNY Albany. You can reach Kendall at the office by calling 413-458-2160, or by e-mail.