Leominster Historical Society - Yesterday & Today
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The Leominster Historical Society has a number of items for sale. You may purchase these by mail, or at the Historical Society. Proceeds help the private, nonprofit Society in its ongoing effort to preserve and promote local history.

IGOOD NEWS! Images of America - Leominster has been reprinted! You can get your copy at the Society for a donation of $20. It is not known whether Barnes & Noble is carrying the book.

We do have copies on hand of the well-received hard-cover, coffee-table book, "Combing through Leominster's History", or you may contact the Leominster Historical Commission directly for shipped copies. See their website


Olden Days & Happy Days-
We have a number of other items available, including art prints of Leominster's turn-of-the-century photographer Edmund G. Davis
, early-to-mid 20th century photographer Percy Johnson*, downtown 40s, 50s and 60s photographs of downtown Leominster taken by photographer Cy St. Cyr*, and aerial shots by pilot-photographer Arthur Beaudoin.* A portion of these prints will be available online in the near future. Stop in at the Society to view some of them, and revisit your own personal "Happy Days"!

All of the items listed would make unique and welcome gifts for any local resident... and a terrific reminder of "home" for those far away.

* Many of these items courtesy of the Leominster Historical Commission

These highly prized notecards are from a charming watercolor painting of 1940s West Street, Leominster by Charles Goodhue, a renowned Leominster-born artist. They are a generous 5x7, allowing more than just a few words, on a heavy, rich semi-gloss stock. Donation $12 for 6 cards. Large enough to frame!
Other items available for purchase are:

Set of 11 uncirculated 1895 post cards 
of downtown Leominster
Donation $ 10.00 /set. 


NOTECARDS - Donation set of 6 for $5 or $1 each
Set includes:
2 drawings of the Historical Society Museum 1870
2 drawings of the NY, NH+H Railroad Station 1878
2 drawings of the Bandstand on the Common 1910

If you wish to purchase any of these products by mail, contact the Historical Society for cost of shipping and handling.


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17 School Street   Leominster, Massachusetts 01453   Tel. 978-537-5424
HOURS: Tuesday & Saturday 9am to noon, or by appointment
E-mail: info@leominsterhistorical.org