Category Archives: Berkshire Family History Association

Unusual Reprints Make Unique Holiday Gifts

The Berkshire Athenaeum has displayed various Berkshire County historical books that have been reprinted for use by modern students and researchers.  Many of these volumes had been out of print for decades before being republished by The Berkshire Family History … Continue reading

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Historical Reprints Make Unique Holiday Gifts

In need of an out-of-the-ordinary gift? On display in the Blake Reading Room on the Athenaeum’s  main floor are various Berkshire County historical titles that have been reprinted for use by modern students and researchers. Many of these volumes had … Continue reading

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Berkshire County History Titles make Unique Gifts

The Berkshire Athenaeum has displayed various Berkshire County historical books that have been reprinted for use by modern students and researchers. Many of these volumes had been out of print for decades before being republished by The Berkshire Family History … Continue reading

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A gift of History for the Holidays!

Once again this year, The Berkshire Athenaeum has displayed various Berkshire County historical books that have been reprinted for use by modern students and researchers.  Many of these volumes had been out of print for decades before being republished by … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 22: Lecture by Bernard Drew

On Thursday, October 22, Berkshire historian, author and columnist Bernard Drew will lecture on “Four Millionaires and Their Berkshire Mountains”, looking at the activities of David Dudley Field Jr. of Stockbridge (owner of Ice Glen and the northern face of … Continue reading

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History of Zenas Crane & the Crane Paper Mills: Thursday, April 23

Charles Wellspeak, curator of the Crane Museum, is the featured speaker for a Genealogical/Historical Research presentation on this uniquely Berkshire industry. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Berkshire Family History Association.

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