Parade - South Ave at Day St. - circa 1910 -

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South Ave Parade - circa 1910 -

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Having trouble getting a quorum monthly, we have a 7 member board with only 5 members. Please send Frank Lyman, Town Administrator a note saying you would be interested in joining us. We meet the third Tuesday each month, rm 22. in town hall. If you would like to join us at any time you can without committing, by being a non voting member.

Do you have Whitman memorabilia hanging around, pictures of homes, old buildings, stories to tell? Whitman Historical Commission is interested. Don't throw them away, bring them to us, let us know about them. Please pm me and I will pick up.

The link for the results of the Whitman Historic Resource survey is:

At long last our survey of historic resources is available for all to see. We are very proud to announce that if you go to the Town of Whitman web site, government, historical commission you can find the link. PAL was great to work with and produced an amazing body of work. Please feel free to give us more information if you have it on our resources.

Here is the information from the national historic

Frequently Asked Questions for The National Register of Historic Places

Hi everyone - please pm me if you wish to know if your home or business has been listed and submitted by Public Archaeology Laboratory, it will be finally placed on the Massachusetts Historical Register.

Hi again. We have completed phase III of the Massachusetts Historical Survey of Whitman. Great reading - the Hobart Mill, the shoe factories, the town hall, and many historical homes. Please message me if you want to know if your house was surveyed. 169 Plymouth, 351 High, 24 Linden etc., 120 South, When it is all completed they will be submitted to Mass. Historical for submission. Many locals in town are also eligible for National Historic Register -

Hi - I got a wonderful call yesterday - "The GAR Hall had a fire - and burnt to the ground" (That's where the Senior Center is). The town hall has never had a fire. Mystery solved, thanks Tony

So excited, found an engraver to do the Boston Post Cane's, I feel a trip to Concord N.H. (that's where he's from) in my future. Oh, by the way - he just wants publicity in exchange. Can't wait.

Poster found in town hall, hope to have it preserved and framed. It was the sale of a building behind the town hall, the building needed to be removed from the site by May 1, 1912.

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Public Archeology Laboratory, PAL is busy doing surveys - the first couple look great. The ones we looked at were - The Corthell building, the fire station, and the Regal building. Can't wait to see the finished products.

Hi everyone - we have our monthly meeting, 1/19/2016 at the town hall at 7PM. It is open to the public, and we still need members if you want to consider that.

The Dunbar, Hobart & Whidden Manufactory has been done and look spectacular.

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