Historical Happenings

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1.  Your Face Squared  Bruce Museum - Until January 27th
      
Add your anonymous picture to the Community Self-Portrarit and be part of Greenwich history!  Details are available on the Bruce Museum website:             

            http://brucemuseum.org/site/exhibitions_detail/squared.

 

2.  Greenwich Historic Communities - Greenwich Historical Society

Learn about the various communities that make up Greenwich by viewing the interactive map on the GHS website at :  

            http://www.hstg.org/greenwich_historic_communities.php

 

3.  Stamford Historical Society - 1508 High Ridge - Stamford

It may be worth a trip here if you're interested in regional history.  The museum has galleries, a research library, photo archives and a bookstore.  Call (203) 329-1183 for information on hours.

 

4.  Oral History Project - Friends of Greenwich Library

The Oral History Project now has a blog, which you can acces through their webpage on the Greenwich Library website:

             http://www.glohistory.org/blog/.

You can also see a list of the 850 transcripts, which they have published.  Search by Subject or Narrator.

 

 

 

 

 



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