Photo: Robert J Near

January 24, 2016

The next time you stop by the South Bristol Historical Society building, you'll be in for a surprise! A group of Trustees including Cathy Stockwell, Carolyn McKeon, Sue Edwards, Carol Kelsey, Deb Storch, Donna Plummer and Genie Cole have given the museum a major faceli...

September 1, 2012

The smell of fresh-cut pine and balsam; the sound of Adeste Fideles from the wind-up Victrola; the taste of old-fashioned sugar cookies and Crackerjacks; the sight of toys from yesteryear under the tree - that was Christmas in August at the S Road School as created by...

January 1, 2012

For many years, beginning in the 1930's or 40's, a smokehouse sat on the north side of the South Bristol Gut close to the swing bridge. It can be seen by the water's edge at the far left in this 1930's photo. The smokehouse was used in the early years by Irving Cliffor...

September 1, 2011

The South Bristol Historical Society honored local artists, both past and present, with an art exhibit at the S Road School in August of 2011. The event furthered the Historical Society's goals of using the unique building as a resource for the whole community and conn...

August 24, 2011

The formal re-opening and dedication of the restored S Road School took place on Saturday, June 22 2010. Located at the intersection of Route 129 with the S Road, the one-room building was constructed in 1860 and was an elementary school until 1943. It has not been use...

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