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Available Once More!

Images of America: Stoneham

by Joanne B. Harriman

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More about the Historic Walk

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A Taste of History!

Baked Indian Pudding

I love this recipe! - says Donna Weiss. Recipes are a comforting way to remember good friends who are no longer with us. With this recipe, Donna recalls long time Historical Society member, Fanny Tincker, and her Harvest Supper specialty.  

We hope you will enjoy it too.

 

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Three cheers to Donna Weiss for sharing this wonderful recipe with us!

If you have a favorite recipe, mail or email it to us and we will share it with our members! 

 

The Mass. Memories Road Show
at the Stoneham Public Library
October 16, 2010
 
 

 

Stephen and Paul Rotondi share their family history in this video encouraging people to attend the Mass. Memories Road Show in Stoneham (see more videos here).  

  

 

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Stoneham Historical Society

36 William Street

Stoneham, MA 02180

 

 

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 Historical Society Field Trips!
 
 The Stoneham Historical Society's inaugural Field Trip series was recently launched with a small group of members and guests enjoying a VIP tour of the Commonwealth Museum at 220 Morrissey Blvd in Boston - adjacent to the JFK Library. The newly renovated local treasure features "state of the art interactive exhibits" and the Dramatic Treasures Gallery, which holds the great historic documents
that protect our liberties.
More HS trips are in the planning stages.
  

 Historical Society members and guests at the Commonwealth Museum.