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Located at The Grange Hall , Route 44, Brownsville, VT. The Museum and Historic Records are located on the 2nd floor which is ADA accessible and open on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM until noon. Phone number: 484-7474

Except for July, January and February, the Directors meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:30 P.M.

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For membership information or to arrange a visit please contact:

President: Tom Kenyon, 484-3370

Membership Secretary: Tom Kenyon, 484-3370

Historic Records: Mary Jane Wentworth, 484-3336

Museum: Jane Stillson, 674-4161

Mailing Address:

West Windsor Historical Society

P.O. Box 12

Brownsville, VT 05037


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