The Natick Historical Society, founded in 1870, makes its mission to inspire an interest in Natick’s rich and varied history from its unique origins as a Praying Indian Plantation to the present day. We accomplish this through collecting and preserving artifacts, papers and materials important to the origins, development and ongoing life of the town and through providing rich educational experiences based on authentic objects, primary sources, stories and lives that engage senior, family and school group audiences in programs, exhibitions and publications.
Officers for the 2012-2013 Term
President: James W. Morley
Vice President: Marg Balcom
Treasurer: Adams K. Shipman, Jr.
Secretary: Terri Evans
Executive Director: Roberto M. Rodriguez
Curator: Jessica Neuwirth
Intern: Kate Herron
Board of Directors:
Rudman J. Ham
Bancroft R. Wheeler
Anne Schaller (Honorary Lifetime Boardmember)
Frederick Schaller (Honorary Lifetime Boardmember)