Waterbury Historical Society Mission Statement

"Waterbury Historical Society collects, researches, documents, preserves, and exhibits artifacts related to the history of Waterbury, Vermont to help others gain a deeper appreciation, education and inspiration through connections with our past.


Waterbury Historical Society Museum

Museum is located at 28 North Main Street in the Municipal Complex. Hours are when the Municipal Office is open.  Collection in the museum includes items from Colby Manufacturing, from local families, World War II memorabilia from Waterbury and Dr Henry Janes' memorabilia. 


Society Information

The Historical Society welcomes donations of Waterbury related materials: books, calendars, artifacts, clothes & shoes, photos, signs, advertising items, booklets, military items from local servicemen, craft items or paintings from local artists, Waterbury School related & Harwood Union related items, and much more. Please remember the Waterbury Historical Society when you are moving or cleaning out the family home or the home of a family member. The Waterbury Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.


The Waterbury Historical Society meets on the last Wednesday of January, April, July and October.
 

The Historical Society publishes a quarterly Newsletter.

Barbara Walton, who did major work in reclaiming the Loomis Hill Cemetery shared 

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