Scheduled and Tentative Book Sales
Book Sale Tentative First Church in Weymouth Yard Sale, Church Street, Weymouth, a Saturday in June 2013
Book Sale Tentative Saint Jerome's Church Craft Fair, a Saturday in November 2013
Book Sale Scheduled, Weymouth Senior Center, a Saturday in November 2013
Book Sale Tentative, Weymouth High School Craft Fair, a Saturday in December 2013
Annual Meeting Tentative Spring 2013 at 1009 Washington Street Weymouth, 02189 at 11 AM
South Shore Historical Society, Inc.'s Cyber-Museum of Local History is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. There is no admission charge. Visit, look, read and enjoy. The South Shore Historical Society, Inc.'s Cyber-Museum Committee is constantly working to improve and add to the Cyber-Museum to enhance your enjoyment.
Expect slow, gradual changes in our galleries.
Many of our galleries have sub-galleries. Don't miss them.
The goal of our cyber-museum is to present images and data pertaining to the cities, towns and topics of interest to you, the visitor, and to the membership of South Shore Historical Society, Inc. In September 2010 we added a bookstore to the museum. In October 2010 we added a gallery of homefront World War II ephemera. In November 2010 we expanded the museum to include images of three dimensional artfacts in our galleries.
Images and their accomanying text may be seen as a slide show. If you want to slow the progress of the slide show, go to the "full screen" box at the bottom right of your screen. Just above it an "options" link should appear. That options link allows you to slow the speed of the slide show. Right and left arrows will also enhance your enjoyment of the site.
Maintenance of this cyber-museum is an ongoing learning activity of the South Shore Historical Society, Inc.'s membership.
Although the society's annual budget is small, (under $750 per year) donations would be helpful. Donations to help support this site can be made through PayPal or mailed to South Shore Historical Society, Inc., P. O. Box 144, North Abington, Massachusetts 02351. Our bookstore was added in September of 2010.
All galleries are subject to constant revision as images and data become available.
There are more than twenty locales exhibiting over 500 images.
The South Shore Historical Society, Inc.'s e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South Shore Historical Society, Inc.'s U. S. Postal Service address is:
South Shore Historical Society, Inc., P.O. Box 144, North Abington, MA 02351
The society's telephone number is 781-228-9465.
The South Shore Historical Society, Inc. was formed July 5, 2000 through its incorporation as a Massachusetts non profit corporation. The society originally functioned under the name The Weymouth Museum, Inc. It soon became clear that the society did not have the economic strenght to build a physical museum. In recognition of that fact and in order to more accurately recognize the diversity of the membership's interests, the society changed its name to South Shore Historical Society, Inc. on May 5, 2003.
In 2001 we applied to the Internal Revenue Service for recognition as a non profit organization. We were granted provisional recognition for five years with a final determination at the end of that period. In a letter dated March 28, 2005 the Internal Revenue Service confirmed our long term status as a non profit organization under section 509a2 and tax exempt under section 503C3.
Our activities are chosen to encourage membership participation. We have visited historic restaurants, performed genealogical research, held archeological digs, held book sales and held "show and tell" meetings. We are now working as a group to create this, a cyber-museum of local histories.
The South Shore Historical Society, Inc. started this site on September 28, 2008. We accepted the domain name "whags.org" on January 1, 2009. We added over 500 images of significant photographs and antique postcards, several short narrative histories and timelines,
in September, 2010, with professional help, we added a book store to our site. The bookstore further enables us to distribute knowledge of local histories. In October 2010, we started an album on homefront World War II ephemera. We also added an album illustrating three-dimensional artifacts owned by friends and members of our society.
in September, 2010, with professional help, we added a book store to our site. The bookstore further enables us to distribute knowledge of local histories.
In October 2010, we started an album on homefront World War II ephemera. We also added an album illustrating three-dimensional artifacts owned by friends and members of our society.
In the winter of 2011-2012, we started our most ambitious gallery, Railroad Interests. It, like all our other galleries, is not complete. No gallery is ever considered complete.