Methuen City Hall
Methuen Civil War Monument
Tenney Castle, aka Grey Court.
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Odd Fellows Hall
Terracotta Architectural Detail
Charles H. Tenney
Edward F. Searles
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The Methuen Historical Society (MHS) is committed to protecting and maintaining the rich historical character of Methuen through advocacy, education, outreach, and the preservation of historical records, artifacts, structures, and monuments that are unique to our city. The MHS believes that the preservation of our past enhances the lives of those who live in and visit Methuen today, and for generations to follow. We appreciate the support of our members and supporters who share our common goals.
Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or if you'd like to know how you can participate. Thank you!
to the Members of the Methuen Historical Society
Thursday, October 19, 2023
6:30 pm at the
Methuen Museum of History
Click here to view the Special Meeting Notice.
Methuen Museum of History is located at 37 Pleasant St., Methuen
Over the course of the last few years, the Officers and Directors of the Methuen Historical Society have discussed our desire to revitalize and expand our organization. Although our community has a truly unique historical heritage, it's increasingly a challenge to motivate our friends and neighbors to become involved in its protection and preservation. This challenge is certainly not unique to Methuen.
As part of our planning for the future, the Board has decided to re-brand our organization with a new name and a fresh look for the future! Our hope is to present a more modern and inclusive vision for both current and prospective members. To that end, we are presenting 'Historic Methuen - Let's Make History Together!'
Our goal is to preserve all of the traditions of the Historical Society while focusing more attention on our goals for the Methuen Museum of History, and on building a more vibrant organization that protects and builds on our rich history.
In order to make these changes final, we need an affirmative vote of the members of the Historical Society. We are inviting you to join us on Thursday evening, October 19th at 6:30 PM at the Methuen Museum of History (the Tenney Gate House), 37 Pleasant Street, Methuen.
In addition to changing the name, these proposed bylaw amendments are intended to improve the operation of the organization for the future. To assist you in evaluating this proposal, we have prepared a list of Frequently Asked Questions that we hope will be helpful.
Should you have any questions, please contact me at 978-683-2252.
The board and I hope to see you at our Annual Meeting on Thursday, October 19th.