The Society was formed in 1972. The home at 7 Holyoke Street, the Rapalus residence, was donated in 1976 with the Fred A. Worm Memorial Room added in 1992. In rooms decorated in the Victorian era, the society preserves Easthampton’s past in the following categories and much more… medical room, co-founders’ room, school room, industrial room, Military & those who served the community, dry goods store, etc. room, main parlor features exhibits, Williston room, my lady’s boudoir, gentlemen’s room and the children’s room.

Hours:The house is open on Mondays between 1-3.30 PM or by appointment for groups of 10 or more. The house is closed from January 1st thru March 31st. A request for research form can be obtained by sending a check for $25.00 to P.O. Box 992, Easthampton, MA, 01027.
Founded: 1972
History of the Easthampton Historical Society: The main house dates back to the 1830's. It was donated to the Historic Society by Joseph Rapalus family. The organization was founded by Natalie Strong and Rebecca Whitney.
Easthampton Historical Society
7 Holyoke Street
Easthampton, Mass. 01027