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Welcome to the Stamford Historical Society Online
Celebrating 105 Years

We invite you to explore the history of Stamford, Connecticut, from the colonial era to the present.
Browse through the tabs above and discover the society, both onsite and online.

Farmers’ Market Now Open

Fresh fruits and vegetables are available at the Stamford Historical Society Farmers' Market at 1508 High Ridge Road.The market will be open Thursdays from 10-3 and will run through October 30.

The market offers Connecticut-grown seasonal produce. It is certified by the Connecticut Department of Agriculture to participate in the Connecticut Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program, which benefits certain individuals, including seniors, who are deemed to be “nutritionally at risk.”

farmers market

From our recent exhibit,
Forging a Community: Stamford on the Gridiron and on the Diamond 1860-1975

STAMFORD HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
STAMFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
STAMFORD EARLIEST BASEBALL RECORD C
BIOGRAPHIES OF NOTABLES

 

Ongoing

Events Calendar
Holiday Closing Schedule

Visit the Hoyt Barnum House (by appointment only)

Photo Selection of the Month
Whit man Bailey Sketches

New from our archives

hand bullet A Reconstructed List of Names from Stamford's World War II Service Roll

Index of Inventoried Collection, updated,
a work in progress.

Other News

hand bullet “PIONEER” has moved to EMAIL!

Be sure to contact the office at administrator@stamfordhistory.orgwith your current e-mail address, so that you don't miss an issue of the newsletter.


Touch-A-Truck 2010 Founders Day 2010, Shirley Teresa Wadja Toy Exhibit, Straw Doll Paulette Clark Kaufmann, speaker at 2009 the Founders Day Lecture, with Librarian Ron Marcus and Executive Director Tom Zoubek

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Stamford History Real Time
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Shopping opportunities

The Shop Downstairs. Donations are gratefully accepted.

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