What is it?

We’re been posting images of unusual implements to our facebook page in conjunction with our current “What is it?” museum exhibit.

The Goodell Bonanza Apple Peeler Corer was created by David H. Goodell whose Goodell company produce a variety of devices to aid in the processing apples and other fruits. Goodell became the Governor of Hew Hampshire in 1889.

Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday

If history helps connects us to the past, then in a way it also helps connect us to the future. Today is tomorrow’s yesterday.

Despite decades of research done by our museum volunteers, there are still countless stories to be unearthed and told about the people, places, and events that have helped make our little community what it is today.

We love sharing those stories with you through our exhibits, school visits and tours, speakers and presentations, our website, and even a few new-fangled ways of communicating.

No one here is working for peanuts. (Well, except Chip.)
We are volunteers and work for the love of history and the pleasure of sharing Webster’s story with you.

There is still no admission charge to visit the Webster Museum.

We rely on the kindness of our neighbors and friends to assist us in keeping the doors of the Webster Museum open.

Please join us in our efforts by becoming a member or by renewing your membership…today.