Mrs. McNulty and Ms. Cooke introduce us the the History Week Program.
Richard Trask, Town Archivist, shares the background of this sacred memorial.
Matthew Martin, landscape expert, shares some of his favorite places at Glen Magna Farms.
The Danvers Historical Society migrated their Verses newsletter from a costly printed version to and economical electronic version in 2014. Please call the office to have previous issues emailed to you: 978-777-1666.Verses – vol. 14, no3
DHS_Newsletter_Feb2013 Vol13 No1 A National Landmark – Now, almost 225 years old, the Tea House is showing its age. Repairing and restoring this National Treasure (one of only 2400 National Historic Landmarks including, for example, the White House, the Capitol and Jefferson’s Monticello) is a top priority for the Society. A Rebellious Woman – …
In Memoriam – Miriam Emerson Peters and her last living brothers, John and the late Edward, donated the general’s house, with its entire contents, including furniture, clothing, papers and land, to the Danvers Historical Society in 1992. The Olde Berry Tavern – The use of liquor in the early days was not confined to any …
Our 120th Anniversary Golf Tournament held at the Thomson C.C. was a HUGE success. Co-Chairmen Larry Raimondi and John Hentschel are to be commended for an outstanding event. All our thanks to our Presenting Sponsor Honda North, Diamond Sponsor “a guy who likes old things because he is one”, and Silver Sponsors Dr. Mark Allara, …
Newsletter Fall 2004
In March 1896, the remodeling of the “Town House” in Danvers for use as a Town Hall and High School was approved at the annual town meeting. The vote stood at 178 for remodeling and 108 opposed to spending an additional $7,000 for the project… Spring 2002 Vol2 No2