Foxborough Historical Society Merchandise
The Foxboro Historical Society and Commission maintain a collection of Foxborough related items that are for sale at Memorial Hall. All profits from any merchandise sales are used to fund historical purchases and programs within the town. If paying by check for these items, the check should be made payable to "The Foxborough Historical Commission Gift Fund."
Feel free to stop by Memorial Hall during museum hours to view any of this merchandise in person.
1850 MapOnly $2! The 1850 map is printed on heavy duty stock and shows all of the homes that existed in town during 1850.
Memorial Hall Mug$6 This ceramic mug shows Memorial Hall and might be just what you need to hold a warm beverage on a cold day.
1890 Town History and Directory of Foxborough$5 This is a reprint of the original 1890 book. It includes the names and occupations of town residents in 1890 and also includes a history of the town as written by Robert Carpenter.
Foxborough: Images of America$20 This book contains over a hundred historical photos of the town with descriptions written by Foxborough Town Historian Jack Authelet.
Foxborough: Gem of Norfolk County$25 Jack Authelet's wonderful book that details the history of the town from before incorporation to the current day.
Foxborough: World War II$25 Another book from Town Historian Jack Authelet. The book details the involvement of the men and women of Foxborough during world war two. Also covered are the efforts of normal Foxborough residents to support the war effort here at home.
Glimpses of Early Foxborough$25 This book was published by the Foxboro Company in 1978 to help celebrate the town's bicentennial. The book contains narratives regarding historic events, people, and places in the first 200 years of the town's history.
Prints, Photos, and CardsAll Priced as marked. Merchandise changes but includes pen drawings of Memorial Hall, greeting cards, travel mugs, and even framed photographs. Stop by to see the latest and greatest!
This page was last updated 03/17/2018
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