The museum is seeking West Webster history

25 Feb

If you haven’t heard the exciting news yet, the Town of Webster has secured a grant to revitalize West Webster’s four corners area. In anticipation of that, the Webster Museum would like to gather as much information and history about the area as possible.

If you live there now, or are a former resident of the hamlet, they’d love if you could share some of your memories and old photos, anything that could help tell West Webster’s story. They’ll even copy or scan your photos so you don’t have to give them up. Who knows? They might even show up in future exhibits and programs.

If you have stories, old posters, postcards, photos or other memorabilia to share, please contact Jan Naujokas at 265-3268 or Webster Historian Lynn Barton at 265-3308.

Click here to read more about the revitalization plan.

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3 Responses to “The museum is seeking West Webster history”

  1. Kathy Taddeo February 25, 2022 at 7:48 pm #

    Thank you Missy… and great map addition. Thank you for that as well…
    Sent from my iPhone

    • websterontheweb February 25, 2022 at 7:55 pm #

      I had to use the map because I couldn’t find an old picture of West Webster on the museum website!

  2. Donna Hayes March 13, 2022 at 10:12 am #

    Debbie Don’t know if you saw this. Thought you’d be interested. Hope it includes cleaning up the corner at Old Ridge and Gravel. Donna

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