The Bryan Farm Summer Meeting
On Wednesday, July 7th about 25 people gathered at the Bryan Farm for a picnic and a tour of the old farm house.
Cheryl Casey, President of the Waterbury Historical Society opened the events of the day with a time of silence in memory of Jack Carter, our long time curator who recently passed away.
William and Horatio Eddy
Inside the from door is a place for people to sign in who are visiting the farm. Behind the door there was a familiar name to the Historical Center.
Mark says this is the oldest living maple tree in the State of Vermont
Mark Tufts, son-in-law of Willis Bryan gave a brief history of the farm and the people who have lived there. People then took a tour of the inside of the house which has the same furnishings as it did in the early days.