Milltown History

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support the MHS by eating Maria's Pizza

Started by Barbara E Wright

2 Feb 11
Reply by Barbara E Wright

The Return of our Holiday Concert!

Started by Barbara E Wright

4 Jan 2
Reply by Barbara Krauss Santoro

Museum Open House March 5

The Milltown Historical Society will be open for visitors on March 5 between 11 am and 1 pm. This Saturday Open House will begin a series o…

Started by Barbara E Wright

0 Feb 18, 2022

Spam member removed

A recently added member of this site, "James Pollard" was discovered to be a spammer, fishing for the personal information of other members…

Started by Barbara E Wright

2 Jan 5, 2022
Reply by Nancy J Lown

Holiday Open House

Started by Barbara E Wright

1 Dec 21, 2021
Reply by Barbara E Wright

Founder's Hall?

Milltown's most iconic building, what we call "The South Main Street Firehouse" is actually much more than our outdated firehouse. We've be…

Started by Barbara E Wright

0 Apr 21, 2021

Does anyone remember Bud Haefner's barbershop?

I would be interested in seeing old photos, hearing memories of Bud Haefners barbershop. I have many memories of going there in the 1960's…

Started by Frederick (Rick) E. Remlinger

4 Jan 31, 2021
Reply by Fred DeVoe

Toths candy store

Does anyone remember Mrs.Toths candy store at the corner of clay and church street.  Across the street was Freds meat market, and on the o…

Started by alan lefave

0 Jan 3, 2020

Milltown historic preservation committee

To all who care, It has come to my attention that there are laws on the books in Milltown borough which require not only a historic preserv…

Started by Randy Ruth

3 Nov 7, 2019
Reply by Randy Ruth

poems set in Milltown

Hello, all I have a special interest in the life and circumstances of those who worked in the Michelin plant c. 1916–1921 or longer, when m…

Started by Suzanne Noguere

5 Feb 27, 2018
Reply by Marie-Hélène KERNEUR


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