The Sudbury Historical Society is dedicated to bringing the rich history of the Sudbury Plantation into the lives and activities of the people of Sudbury. The Society was founded in 1956 by history-minded citizens of Sudbury. In 1970, it absorbed the Goodman Society (founded in 1890) its predecessor Historical and Improvement Society. Since 1998, thanks to the generosity of the town's selectman, the Society has been headquartered in the Second Floor of the Sudbury Town Hall.
What we do:
For details on our charter, please see:
SHS 2016 Proposed Bylaws (pdf .33mb)
Summary of proposed changes to SHS Bylaws (pdf .25mb)
SHS 2015 Bylaws (web)
We also follow detailed policies regarding ethical behavior:
Collections Policy (pdf 0.25mb).
The Society is a charitable, educational institution incorporated in 1956 as a Chapter 501.3c nonprofit corporation. We depend on donations of time, money and artifacts from our members, citizens and businesses in Sudbury, and Sudbury-minded people around the country.
|Executive Director||Sally Purrington Hild|
|President||Stewart V. Hoover|
|Vice President||Joe Bausk|
|Treasurer||Deborah Eaton Keeney|
|Secretary||Ruth A. Griesel|
|Board of Trustees||Daphna Cox|
|Ursula M. Lyons|
|Nancy J. Somers|
|© 2009-2016 Sudbury Historical Society, Inc.||Last updated 5/18/2016|