Winchester Historical Society Announces Goal Update on Grant

In our recent Black Horse Bulletin, Winchester Historical Society President Bob Colt reported on the progress of the grants for Sanborn House restoration. In 2010, the Massachusetts Historical Commission awarded a $45,000 matching grant. The goal of an additional $45,000 has been reached through personal contributions as well as generous donations from the En Ka […]

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Sanborn House to Welcome All

by Nancy Schrock A top priority of the Historical Society is to make the Sanborn House Historical & Cultural Center accessible to everyone in our community. This presents a challenge since the building was constructed 100 years ago for a private family. Thanks to the Griffin Foundation, the Town of Winchester, and donations from our […]

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Internet at the Sanborn

The Sanborn House, including the Society office, joined the 21st century of communications recently with the installation of Internet and wireless service to the facility. The Society is now able to send emails from its member database having also upgraded its PastPerfect software, a program for non-profits and museums. Please select on your 2009-2010 member […]

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Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures
by Ellen Knight

Look into the history of the Wright-Locke farm in a new 16-page booklet titled Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures. Read More.

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