We’re pleased to welcome two new members to our Collections Committee, Victoria Brown and Anthony Martin! Victoria Brown, who we featured in a recent article about her oral history interview, grew up in Windsor [...]
Delia “Dee” Sales Jubrey was born in 1938 to Douglas Willard Sales and Marion Scott Sales. For most of her childhood, Delia lived in a two-room home on William Street in Windsor with her parents and two older sisters, Barbara and Patricia.[...]
Free admission for kids this summer! Funding provided by a grant from CT Humanities Windsor Historical Society was recently awarded a Connecticut Humanities grant to support participation in the CT Summer at the Museum initiative. [...]
New to old and back again: Windsor's iconic homes renewed Every home tells a story. These stories represent generations of people – individuals and families – who form the building blocks of our town’s broad [...]
This is a regular column featuring highlights from our one-on-one oral history interviews with Windsor residents. Born on December 17th, 1924, to Frank and Ann Peteroski, Frank Peters is a longtime Windsor resident and World War II veteran.