If you’d like to hear more about the Great Barrington Historical Society (GBHS)
or request a membership donation envelope, please call us at 413-591-8702,
write us at P.O. Box 1106, Great Barrington MA 01230, or email us at info@gbhistory.org.

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Send an email to info@gbhistory.org with Sign Up as the subject line. Much appreciated . . .


Donate Here via PayPal

The GBHS is a 501 (c)(3) organization, and therefore donations are 100% tax deductible. It’s easy to give right here by clicking the PayPal button below. Your gifts help to support our programs, archival work, and the continuing reconstruction of the Wheeler Farmstead into a town museum, community center, and permanent home for the Society’s archives. Again this year: new gifts for donations of $50 and up (see below for details).

GBHS Membership Levels and Gifts

 Friend – $25+
Theodore G. Ramsdell – $50+  plus recognition in Annual Report and on this website
William Cullen Bryant: $125+  plus 10 pen & ink note card set of Great Barrington scenes by Frank Stanley Packlick
William Stanley, Jr.: $250+  plus The Mystery and History of the Great Barrington Newsboy Statue by Gary Leveille, and a 12″ x 18″ Newsboy print by Frank Stanley Packlick
W. E. B. DuBois: $500+  plus a Searles High School 16″ x 24″ matted print by Frank Stanley Packlick
Captain Truman Wheeler: $1,000+  plus A History of Searles High School 1898-1967 by A. David Rutstein, and a Searles High School 16″ x 24″ matted print by Frank Stanley Packlick


2018 Annual Members

Captain Truman Wheeler Level

Dr. Brian Burke
James Parrish

Judie Haywood
Abby Schroeder

Linda Mullany
Barbara A. Syer

W.E.B. DuBois Level

Margaret Deutsch
Laura & John Katz
Steven Lappert

Annette Grant
Eleanor Lord & Margaret Wheeler
Robert Tepper

Brian & Nancy Hutton
John Hoyt Stookey

William Stanley, Jr. Level

Adrian Van Zon

Anne & Jack Wilson

William Cullen Bryant Level

Walter & Doreen Atwood
Richard & Pamela Clarke
Great Barrington Rotary
Elaine Helm
Mary Julia Kephart
Ellen Murtagh
Katherine Shanahan Kennedy

Donald Goranson
John & Joanne Mallory
Richard & Pauline Nault
Debbie Oppermann
Susan Pettee & Michael Wise
Kathryn & George Ritter
Thursday Morning Club

Jean & Nick Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Murray III
Marilyn Osgood
Joanne L. Sheron
Susan Smith, Esq.
Christopher & Jill Sweet

Theodore G. Ramsdell Level

Edward D. Abrahams
James & Lynn Barbieri
Rodney Dugas
Sally & Stuart Eldred
Frederic Gordon & Katherine Dean
Bernard & Donna Drew
Mary & Charles Hamilton
Ernest & Elsie Helmke
Dr. Gary & Linda Hutton
John P. Maley
Enid Michelman
Vitaly & Elena Nazarova
Denis O’Connor
Robert Parrish
Stephen Root
Pamela Sandler
Mary Stephen
Peter & Carol Sweet
Ruth & Robert Veit
Elizabeth C. Wilson

Ginger Alexander
Ben Barrett
Sarah Kate Wheeler Chapman
Janet Dohoney
East Mountain Medical Associates
Roz Forman
Carolyn & John Grogan
Paul, Shirley, and Megan Hamilton
Arthur Hillman
David & Beverly Hosokawa
Sally Laing
Matthew McDermott
Donald Mott
Gary & Mary Oggiani
Marion Robinson
Norbert Ruthel
Florence Sasso
George Blair Scribner
Lorna Miller Strassler
Reginald Taylor
Margaret E. Vorck

John Berthet
Ron & Marilyn Bisiewicz
William H. Cohn
Ed Domaney
Michael & Susan Fisch
Mike & Elaine Fitzpatrick
Douglas & Susan Happ
Donald Hagberg
Robert Hoogs
Margaret Hornick
Gary & Audrey Leveille
Jennifer McMahon
Jack Musgrove
Pedro Pachano
Susan Rockefeller
Amy & David Rutstein
David & Patricia Sharpe
Robert Strassler
Anthony & Holly Troiano
Galen Wade & Rachel Giracca

Business Members & Service Organizations Include

Berkshire Corporation
Domaney’s Liquors & Fine Foods, Inc.
Harland B. Foster
Out of Hand
Seekonk Tree Farm
URJ Eisner Camp

Berkshire Taconic Foundation
James E. Kimball, Inc.
Salisbury Bank & Trust Co.
Susan Smith, Esq.
White Oak Farm

East Mountain Medical Associates
Great Barrington Rotary
Norbert Locksmith Service
Pamela Sandler, Architect
Sweet Tree Service
Thursday Morning Club

 

As of January 15, 2018

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