Methuen Museum of History

The Methuen Historical Society has manifested its existence in many ways over the years. Some fun facts that reveal a great deal about the organization and its checkered existence exemplifies the importance of its mission. Though it languished and eventually expired sometime in the 1920’s, it was vibrant prior to that time. Edward F. Searles was an active member and generously allowed the Society to hold its meetings at the Waldo House, which at the time was owned by Searles. Meetings, as well as many artifacts, were later held in the shed at Nevins Library. Eventually, following the efforts of the Tenney Preservation Society, the Tenney Gate House became the headquarters for the organizatio

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