Cornish Historical Society, Inc.
The purpose of the Cornish Historical Society is to collect and preserve the history of the town of Cornish, Maine. We were incorporated in 1993, just prior to the town’s Bicentennial. One of our first projects was to edit and republish the town history book accomplished in time for the Bicentennial Celebration held in 1994. See a member to purchase a copy.
Here are the names of our Officers as of June, 2016. Feel free to contact any of them for further information about the Cornish Historical Society.
||Dian W. Perkins
||Linda Carr Griffin
Current Projects: If you would like to assist us in any of these areas, please contact us.
- We are sorting pictures and memorabilia of the town’s history. If you have any pictures to give or to lend to us, please let us know. We need asistance in identifying photos.
- We have for sale, Images of America, a compilation of pictures and stories of the history of Cornish, Limerick, Limington, Newfield and Porter-Parsonsfield Historical Societies.
- We also have for sale A History of the Town of Cornish, Maine, compiled by Leola C Ellis and Kera C. Millard printed in 1994.
To see the latest Historical Society news letter. Click Here
Cornish Historical Society’s 2017 Calendar on sale for $10 available at the Inkwell. GREAT GIFT IDEA!
Third Thursday each month, see Cornish events calendar for time and place.
VINTAGE COLLECTION 2015
CHRISTMAS IN CORNISH 2014
VINTAGE COLLECTION 2014
DAFFODIL DUCK DERBY SPONSORED BY CORNISH HISTORICAL: 5/2013
VETERAN’S PROGRAM SPONSORED BY CORNISH HISTORICAL: 5/2013
HOLIDAY TEA WITH PROGRAM OF “CIVIL WAR MEDICINE AND NURSING”: 12/2012
VICTORIAN TEA AND CLOTHING PROGRAM: 12/2011
CORNISH DEPOT WAGON AT THE APPLE FESTIVAL: SEPT 2010
Membership Level: 2017 Renewed Member
Cornish Location (next to The Bonney Memorial Library)
40 Main Street
Cornish, ME 04020 United States
Saturdays 12-3 PM and by appointment Sandy Howe at 625-4813 or Kate Benson at 625-3095
Mailing Address: PO Box 404
Cornish, ME 04020
Business Owner or Key Contact: Anne MacIntyre