You Never Know What Duxbury’s History is Going to Do Next…
The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society is a non-profit organization seeking to foster a better understanding of the heritage and rural environment of Duxbury, Massachusetts. The Society’s goals are to provide access to its buildings and lands, to provide educational programs for the community, to collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts relating to Duxbury’s history, to provide a library and archives for the encouragement of scholarly research and to publish documents of historical interest.
The DRHS does this by maintaining 4 historic house properties, an archival library, museum collections, and more than 150 acres of land held in conservation. Two of the properties – the Nathaniel Winsor Jr. House and the Drew Archival Library – are open to the public year-round; the rest are easily accessible during their seasonal hours, or by appointment. The DRHS also runs approximately 70 programs, events and rentals each year, in an effort to make Duxbury’s history available to the widest possible audience.
Executive Director: Erin McGough, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Manager: Carly Olson, email@example.com
Outreach Manager: Lori Rohleder, firstname.lastname@example.org
Archivist & Historian: Carolyn Ravenscroft, email@example.com
Museum Collections Manager: Melanie Correia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Functions & Rentals Information: Carly Olson, email@example.com
Volunteer Chair: Deb Casagrande, firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitor Services Coordinator (seasonal): Peter Donohoe
Board of Trustees 2016:
Christopher Sherman, President (email@example.com)
John P. Bear, Treasurer
Sally Redmond, Clerk
David P. Corey