Curiosity Shop and Education Collection


The Curiosity Shop is open during the Wilmot Farmers Market for one Saturday each in July, August, and September. They accept donations of memorabilia and small articles in good condition. Proceeds from the sale support the digitalization of the Historical Society’s archival collection.

Education Collection - The Wilmot Historical Society has been collecting historic artifacts since its inception in 1976.  Although our basic mission has never wavered, our collecting focus has changed over the decades.  The WHS Board of Directors has chosen to limit its permanent collection to objects that are directly related to Wilmot, its current and former residents. To make good use of the deaccessioned items, and items that are donated that are not related directly to Wilmot, an Education Collection was established that would allow us to store and share selected objects with the public in a new way.


Glimpse of the past: a history of Wilmot 
by Florence Langley is not your usual town history. Like the town itself, it has a distinctive character of its own, which the author Florence Langley has skillfully portrayed in this unique chronicle. Born in Wilmot, Ms. Langley collected a vast store of historical data that are presented in this book in a fun and inviting manner.



With prayer and psalm: history of the Wilmot, New Hampshire, churches
" the story of Wilmot’s churches over a period of almost two hundred years. 
The chronicle is admittedly spotty in places because records have burned and disappeared, but Florence Langley has painstakingly researched and examined every bit of available evidence which she has been able to find." SOLD OUT

When school bells ring 
by Florence Langley is a fascinating documentation of the founding, growth, and eventual closing of the many schools operated in Wilmot, New Hampshire, from the time that the first three schoolhouses were erected in 1809 until the present. This book is more than a chronicle of the educational process in a small New England town. It is rather a prototype of schools in New Hampshire. 
- from the flyleaf


Home to the Mountain 
was commissioned by the History Committee of the Town of Wilmot especially for the Bicentennial celebration in 2007. Historians Tom Curren and Kathy Neustadt, from South Danbury, New Hampshire, compiled this commemorative collection of histories from the records of many Wilmot residents who lovingly preserved and shared memories of their families.




Julie Morse selling Donald Hall CDs

Curiosity Shop at the Wilmot Farmers market