Contacting the Marlborough Historical Society

The Marlborough Historical Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to historic preservation, education, and celebration in Marlborough, Massachusetts. 

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Free monthly meetings and the city's historical archives are held in the Peter Rice Homestead and Museum, which is maintained by the Society.  The Homestead and Museum is a great place to bring student groups and out of town visitors.  Call or send a message at least two weeks in advance to arrange a tour.

377 Elm Street                                                                      Mailing address: Box 513
Marlborough, MA 01752                                                    Marlborough, MA 01752-0513

Phone: 508-448-3029 -- We recommend e-mail for the quickest response.

Society Archivist Dick Cochrane is at the Homestead most Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Please contact Dick in advance to confirm.  The Peter Rice Homestead is also open by appointment for tours.

Current officers, with e-mail addresses

Note: Unfortunately we are not now able to conduct new research for individuals. We simply do not have enough volunteers to handle the volume. You can, however, send us your request and we will post it on our site here. If you live in the area, you may make an appointment to use the archives, and if you are interested in volunteering to help, please let us know.                                      

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