Some of the hundreds of images and artifacts in our collection...See our Home page for some of the latest additions to the collection.
Church bass and melodian,
Old Town House
Talent Show in the Community Hall -
Heath summer resident Reinhold Neibuhr,
theologian who created the Serenity Prayer,
performing in Talent Show in the Community Hall.
"Transfer print" pitcher, 1800s
Spinning wheel and yarn winder, Solomon Temple Barn
Originally built for Heath's first minister,
the Reverend Jonathan Leavitt, currently
the home of Doug Mason and Nina Marshall
Some of the items on display
at the Center Schoolhouse
This ornate Glenwood Stove
resides in the Old Town House.
Detail from a "bouquet" of hair & wax flowers arranged in a wine glass, mounted on a wooden base under a glass dome. Label notes that "Over one hundred persons contributed hair from their heads" to create this unusual artifact.
Young Anna Norton's headstone
from her grave near Fort Shirley.
Ribbons from the Heath Grange, an important part
of Heath's rich agricultural life.
Hitchcock dam and mill. Before it was washed away in the 1938 hurricane, a variety of products were produced at the mill including chairs and whip butts.
Sawmills and their owners are listed on a card which accompanied this donation.