- The Captain John Edgell Tidd Collection: Artifacts collected, owned or used by Captain Tidd during his military service in the American Civil War.
John Edgell Tidd was born on September 7, 1839 to Woburn parents Marshall and Sarah Ann. He made Woburn his lifelong residence and served the community well. We pick up his story at the beginning of th... View Exhibit Page
- Woburn's Civil War Veterans: Carte—de—Visite Portraits from Woburn Post 161 G.A.R.
Woburn Post 161 G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) was instituted in Fraternity Hall, Woburn on January 23, 1884 with 45 members. The first Commander of the Post was George Perkins. This G.A.R. Post i... View Exhibit Page
- The Grand Affair: The Celebration of Woburn's 250th Anniversary of Incorporation
In 1892 the City of Woburn, Massachusetts decided to hold celebrations to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Woburn's incorporation. Woburn, originally a part of Charlestown known as Charlestown Vill... View Exhibit Page