Warsaw Historical Society
P.O Box 132                                                                      Museum
Warsaw, Ny  14569                                                    Gates House
Telephone  (585) 786-5240                                            15 Perry Avenue
                                                                                          Warsaw, NY

       The Warsaw Historical Society began in the late 1800's at Augustus Frank's home on North Main Street.  The Society was chartered by the New York State Education Department in 1946.  The objective of the Society is to "to preserve and exhibit historical materials, . . to conduct historical meetings and to promote the study of local history."  The Society fosters this interest through exhibits, lectures and publications.

        Our Society is greatly indebted to many area residents for its growth and in particular the late Lewis H. Bishop who served as its President, Curator and inspiration for many years.

         The Board of Directors of the Warsaw Historical Society encourages anyone with interest in local history to join the Society.  By joining, you will help preserve the area's heritage for future generations.



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 Warsaw Public Library