History at Home – The Victorian Chicken Foot Collection
Denise Bedard joins us to explain her Victorian Chicken Foot Collection in this episode of History at Home.
History at Home – The Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine
This episode of History at Home features Erin Anheier as she explains her Singer Featherweight Sewing Machine.
History at Home – Al Capurso – The Hart Mansion Chandelier
Cobblestone Board Member Al Capurso tells us about a beautiful 19th century imported chandelier he has in his home that was originally found in the E. Kirk Hart Mansion in Albion.
History at Home – Erin Anheier – The Butterfield Cobblestone House
We are pleased to welcome Erin Anheier for this episode of History at Home featuring her Butterfield Cobblestone House.
History at Home – Al Capurso – The Stewart Oak Wood Stove
In this episode of History at Home, Cobblestone Museum board member Al Capurso talks about his Stewart Oak Wood Stove.
History at Home – Pat & Gerard Morrisey – Stoneware Crocks
In this edition of History at Home, Pat & Gerard Morrisey show us their collection of antique stoneware crocks.
History at Home #5 – Al Capurso – The Victrola
Cobblestone Board Member Al Capurso explains a treasured Victrola he has at home.
Sixty for Sixty
The Cobblestone Society is now 60 years young. We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of our founding in 1960. To commemorate this momentous occasion we have instituted a fundraising event called “Sixty for Sixty” with an aim to seek at least 60 donors willing to donate $60 each in honor
History at Home – Episode 4 – Rare Books
We are continuing our series on “History at Home.” Today, Cobblestone Board Member Don Algeo talks about rare books.