Earle Williams (1902-1988)

Earle Williams Sells Fudge in Littleton Area Littleton- HEAVY CREAM – HOMEMADE FUDGE that’s what the four cornered sign says atop of the car usually parked at Littleton Common on … Read more »

An Interview with Christopher C. Gorham, “The Confidante” Anna Rosenberg story

An Interview with Christopher Gorham, Author of “The Confidante”, Gorham is a Modern American History Teacher at Westford Academy, with Sophie Sloan, 2022 Westford Academy Graduate and Mr. Gorham’s Capstone … Read more »

Paul F. Bohenko (1935-2001) 

“The Jockey from Forge Village”  By James VanBever   Many people may have visited the Mall at Rockingham Park in Salem, New Hampshire, and not known that it was once the … Read more »

Where in Westford is it? with Geoff and Bob

Where in Westford is it? Is a new Westford Museum series with Geoff Hall and Bob Spinozzi. Each month Geoff and Bob will investigate, examine and share the stories of … Read more »

Help restore the Westford Museum Antique Snow Roller (Fundraiser)

Have you ever wondered how townspeople traveled around town in the early 1900s when it snowed? Did they just stay home? Before automobiles were popular, before there was a snow … Read more »

Interviews with Westford Veterans (Audio)

These interviews are part of a collection of CDs “Interviews with Westford Veterans conducted by Christopher Crane, Boy Scouts of America, Andover Troop 73. Presented to the Westford Museum (2008). … Read more »

History of Scouting in Westford

Origins of Scouting The origins of scouting date back to 1907 when Lord Robert Baden-Powell founded the scouting movement in England. In 1909, Chicago publisher, William Dickson Boyce, was visiting … Read more »

Nancy (Heywood) Richmond (1820-1898) Part 1&2

Why Edgar Allen Poe called Nancy Richmond, “Anne” is a mystery. By James Van Bever (June/July 2022) It is believed that after Poe started to call her Annie that she … Read more »

Westford Eagle Scouts

Eagle is the highest rank in Scouting.  Currently, it requires a Scout to be active in the troop, complete 21 merit badges, serve for 6 months in a troop leadership … Read more »

Scouting Artifacts

Westford BSA Patch Historic Trail Awards. Established in 1956 to promote citizenship. It is awarded for studying about, hiking or camping along, or performing a service project on a historic … Read more »

Campfire Ashes

Campfire ashes stored in an old film canister CAMPFIRE ASHES   Ashes taken from a campfire are sprinkled into the flames of the next campfire.  The next morning, when the … Read more »

Traveling Down Route 110 (Littleton Road) with Geoff and Bob!

A new Westford history film documentary. “Traveling Down Route 110 (Littleton Road) with Geoff and Bob”. There’s an amazing amount of history to be found in the four miles along … Read more »