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.
This is the second of a two-part article that attempts to tell the story of the donors whose contributions became the foundation of the Society’s collections in 1921. Part I focused on George Hoadley and his motivations behind making such a large donation to us. Part II turns to his brother Charles and his consideration of his own legacy.
Help us fulfill our vision for our next century Join our Board of Directors! Windsor Historical Society aspires to tell the whole story of Windsor’s long and diverse history. We have made significant progress since [...]
Windsor Historical Society is hiring – but only for one position – the Program Director! Unfortunately, several fake jobs reportedly at Windsor Historical Society have been posted to indeed.com in a phishing effort to obtain [...]
Over a year ago, we reported that we expected the John Mason statue, currently on Palisado Green, to move to Windsor Historical Society. It is now clear that this will not happen. You deserve to understand why.
Victoria Brown's deep-rooted connection to Windsor and New England extends for generations. Possessing records dating back to the 1700s, Victoria is one of few fortunate Black individuals who can trace their lineage with ease.