Entering our 40th year, we have archival resources, youth outreach, public events and display, digital archives, original research and collecting oral histories, what’s next?
What do you want? What do you need?
We appreciate their financial support. We appreciate our volunteers and wish we had more as there is so much to do. As we move forward, we’d like to hear from the public about the role they wish us to play.
People wanting information about events or people associated with Brattleboro’s history may make their request to the Society. There is a $15 per hour charge plus the cost of copying the material.
Information regarding Brattleboro families’ birth, Marriage, death, and cemetery records can be obtained by contacting the Society. There is a $15 per hour charge plus the cost of copying the material.
The Society maintains a very high-quality historic photographic collection. Copies of the photographs are available. The photographs are filed using a keyword index which enables the photos to be selected by categories or themes such as horse-drawn wagons or automobiles.
Brattleboro Historical Society was founded in 1982 as a non-profit organization by a group of local historians and civic leaders interested in Brattleboro’s past. The Society’s mission is the telling of Brattleboro's story. Join us!