Sterling Historical Society
Preserving Yesterday for Tomorrow
Located at the corner of Maple Street and Pine Street just a block from Main Street, the Sterling Historical Society maintains offices at the MacArthur Estate (also know as the Peck House) built around 1760. The property and home were donated to the Sterling Historical Society in 1968 having been owned by such notables as Kilburn, Robbins, Seaver, Conant, Dustin, Peck, Lent and Thayer before ending up the residence of Rev. K.C. MacArthur in 1925.
The Sterling Historical Society maintains an enormous collection of documents, photos and historical facts about the town of Sterling. It is open to the public on Tuesday mornings between 9AM and 12PM or by appointment.
You can now view the April program presenting Photos from the Past. The program that presented more than 100 photographs taken in the early 1900’s and digitized by the Sterling Historical Society. Only a small portion of all the photos digitized were presented in this program narrated by David Gibbs, Curator of the Society.
Sterling Historical 2015 Calendars are now available!
View the Program! If you did not have an opportunity to attend the September program
Handcrafted Chairmaking with Peter Galbert you can view it here.
Please consider joining the Sterling Historical Society. Membership provides you with stimulating programs, work opportunities in our museum, a subscription to our quarterly newsletter, early notifications, special member discounts, invitations to special events and free admission to the museum. Your annual support helps us maintain the museum, protect and preserve priceless artifacts, continue essential research and archival work, and provide an ongoing historical record of the Town of Sterling. Join now!
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