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Malden Historical Society

The Society, founded in 1886, is a non-profit group of men and women dedicated to enjoying and sharing the history and traditions of Malden. We do this through meetings, publications, social events, exhibits, acquisitons and mainting collections of documents and artifacts pertaining to Malden, its people, organizations, businesses, and institutions.

Manchester Historical Museum

The Manchester Historical Society was founded in 1886 “ to serve the entire community through the preservation of irreplaceable town records and artifacts, its research capability and commitment to education.“ The Manchester Historical Society moved into its headquarters, the Trask House, in 1925.

Mansfield Historical Society

Marblehead Museum and Historical Society

The Marblehead Museum Archives are housed with the Museum Offices at 170 Washington Street. Available to scholars and researchers, the well-catalogued Archives are a treasure house of personal papers, books, journals, genealogical materials and over 20,000 photographs. Among the highlights of the extensive collection are the journals of Ashley Bowen, an eighteenth-century Marblehead sailor, carpenter […]

Maritime Gloucester

Marlborough Historical Society

The Society’s archives contain documents and other artifacts dating to the early days of the founding of Marlborough. Making the catalog of items available online is a long term project in order to assist those conducting research. If you are interested in making an appointment to conduct research at the Society, or are interested in […]

Marshfield Historical Society

The Marshfield Historical Society is also a historical reference facility available to the public. We have over 3000 items cataloged in a searchable database called PastPerfect. All of these items are stored in a climate controlled area.

Marston Mills Historical Society

Massachusetts Archives

The Massachusetts Archives, acting on behalf of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, is responsible for securing, preserving, and managing for the public good state government records that possess archival value. These records document the purpose and function of state government and show the interactions between the government and its citizens. Under the 1780 Massachusetts Constitution, […]

Massachusetts Historical Society

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