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Saturday, July 1 – Welcome home MHS Class of 1967. We will be open on Saturday, July 1 from 9am-4pm during Mansfield's Fourth of July celebration. We're offering an early glimpse at our new exhibit, Mansfield's People Change The World. We're also going to be set up to scan and digitize your family photos that day! Bring your present family to see what we have and bring your past family (photos) for us to scan and include in the collection!

Friday, July 21 – Executive Director Joyce M. Tice will be speaking at the Bradford County Historical Society about the Carpenter and Pierce Postcard Series.

September 9 - MHS Class of 1957

Monday, October 16 – The Pennsylvania Historical Association will be presenting a speaker at 4pm at Straughn Auditorium. The topic will be Pennsylvania’s environmental history since World Word II. Mansfield University and The History Center are co-sponsoring the event.

Wednesday, November 8 – Joyce will be speaking to the Mansfield Women’s Club.

History Center Newsletter

NEW EXHIBIT: Mansfield’s People Change the World
Never has a more diverse compilation of miscellany been pulled into a single exhibit and unified under such a lofty title: Mansfield’s People Change the World. We may be a small local history museum, but we think big. Essentially, this is an exhibit of items each of which has some connection to a graduate of Mansfield High School.

More in the The History Center's June Newsletter.

Photo Gallery of Events

Photo Gallery of Reunions

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
histcent83@gmail.com or 570-250-9829

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The History Center is open Noon to 3pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
or by appointment.