Mon. - 6:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
Sat. - 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
New: “Irish Heritage Programs this weekend May (20 – 22)".
FRI – “Lt. John Sinnott” – Liam McKone
3:00 pm Rutland Free Library
7:00 pm Rutland Historical Society
SAT – Rutland Historical Society open 1 – 4 p.m.
to welcome guests from Sons of Union Veterans and Fenian Historical Society.
For more information click on the Vermont Celtic Co. link.
Can you help us identify the three firefighters in our mystery photo?
The Proctor High School Yearbooks are now available in our "Historical Resources" section. Any assistance in locating those yearbooks we are lacking would greatly appreciated.
Please contact the Society if you have any of these yearbooks. We will scan them and return them to you as soon as possible.
RHS now has Google Street View . Do a Google Search on 'Rutland Historical Society'. On the right click on “see outside” hold cursor down and drag to left and right in a wide circular motion. You will get a 360 degree view of the street and buildings. Included are a couple of interior photos (click see photos). You also have the ability to write a review. Click here for a quick view.
The Town & Village Annual Reports of Proctor, Vermont are available under Town Reports on our Historical Resources page. The reports cover the incorporation of the Village of Proctor in 1884, to the consolidation of the village and town in 1965.
Links to Abbey Maria Hemenway’s “The Vermont Historical Gazetteer & Index” are available in our Vermont and Rutland History Digital Bookshelf, and Genealogy & Research sections. Take a moment to explore this essential work for Vermont genealogy.
Vermont House of Representative Resolution honoring curator Jim Davidson and the Rutland Historical Society
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Read the Cover Story on Jim Davidson in the Rutland Reader