In her life, Dr. Winston was most proud of the assistance she’d been able to give her family, the business courses she’d taught that facilitated people’s getting jobs, and her role in improving the lives of children around the world.
Windsor native Dr. E. Beulah Winston dedicated her life to fostering human understanding and empowering people, especially young African Americans, through inspiration, education, and encouragement.
Our research library boasts a nearly complete collection of Windsor High School Tunxis yearbooks. A perennial favorite of visitors, we wanted to share these with you all here. This online collection only comprises yearbooks from 1951 to the present.
Have you been spending a lot of time at home lately? So have we. We've been working hard from home to bring you some new and interesting historical content that you can enjoy on your [...]
In this column, we are featuring one of the invaluable education volunteers who make it possible for us to host our various field trips and education-based programs. It is a privilege and honor to work [...]
Do you love kids and teaching? Can you give us four or five morning/early afternoons of your choice during April and May? Then Windsor Historical Society needs you because school field trip season is coming [...]