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December 1 - Glass Jewelry Snowman with Barb Slater Sargent ($25 fee - contact Deb at 570-662-2955)
- November 1919 - Windy Smith Gives Airplane Ride to A. H. Vosburg
- 13 October 1919 - The 18th Amendment Passed (Prohibition)
- Upcoming Events - THREE Books by Local Authors
- Ellen Williams - Out of the Woods
- Bruce Dartt - The American Legion Centennial Celebration
- Ruth Ann Rodgers Randall - The Randall Family of Tioga County and Potter County, Pennsylvania: Descendants of John and Elizabeth Randall of Westerly, Rhode Island, ca.1659-2018.
- The Museum of Us Is Coded and Connected
- Mystery at the Museum: Lessons To Go
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Stories from the Archive
Starting in the fall, we will be producing a 40 page printed periodical with articles and photos of our area and its history. We expect to produce 6 issues a year. It will be mailed to all History Center members, and additional copies will be for sale individually. The first issue is already at the printer, but it will be sent only to potential corporate sponsors. Once we have the necessary financial support for the new magazine, we will be ready to print and distribute to members.
Our objective is to collect, present, and preserve the objects, histories, and photos of our area's people, places and events, so that we can know and understand the lives of our community predecessors -
neighbors we never met.
We also record events and people of our own time so that future
community members can know us a little better.
It's all about the Flow of Time.
The History Center on Main street
83 North Main Street
Mansfield, PA 16933
firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-250-9829
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The History Center is open Noon to 3pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays or by appointment. Additional expanded summer hours May 19 through September, Noon to 4 on Saturdays
at the Museum of Us, 61 N. Main St.