Nearly 130 years of preservation and study of
Kennebec County history (1891-2019)
Established in 1891, the Society has a growing collection of manuscripts, photographs and ephemera about people and places in Kennebec County that are not available in other archives. Research and meeting facilities at 107 Winthrop Street, Augusta, include reading areas and online access to our database. Volunteers perform the majority of the work of the Society and support comes from donations and grants.
The Kennebec Historical Society
Architect and Chief Engineer of the Maine Central Railroad*
...a talk with Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
at the Hope Baptist Church located
at 726 Western Avenue in Manchester
*This program will be preceded by a potluck supper at 4:30pm and followed at 6pm with the society's annual meeting.
For details about the potluck supper, please contact Anne Cough, either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 582-2823.
What's new at KHS:
Discovering, preserving, and disseminating
Kennebec County history
KHS is located in Maine's Capital City ... in
historic Kennebec Valley
107 Winthrop Street
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Tuesday through Friday
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if interested in doing assisted research
Mailing Address: PO Box 5582
Augusta, Maine 04332-5582
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