About Us

A.P. Putnum
Danvers Historical Society

The Danvers Historical Society, a not-for-profit, was founded in 1889 "to discover, collect and preserve objects which illustrate local history, but particularly the history, development and people of the Town of Danvers". The Historical Society owns three historic sites and a museum building and is steward of the Endicott Burial Ground. The society has many events, exhibits and fundraisers every year and is an important part of the community. Membership is open to everyone, and volunteers are always welcome!

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Thomas M. Page, President
David P. McKenna, Vice-President
Ellen Graham, Secretary
Michael E. Morris, TreasurerDanvers Trustees2018
Louann Basillio
Katelyn Burke
Kacey Desmond
Leonel Espinal
Maryann Tapparo
Robert B. Young
Susan Ambrozavitch, at-large
Ingrid Barry, at-large
Jonathan Gilbert, at-large
Nellie Homen, at-large
David M. McIntire, at-large
Lucas Noble, at-large
Michael Randall, at-large

The Society is proud to be grant recipient of:

Essex National Heritage
Essex National Heritage Partnership Grant

Essex County Community Foundation       Massachusetts Cultural Council  Peoples


 We are proud to be on GuideStar    GuideStar

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