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From the Carriage House

Sunday Dec 1st, 2019

From the Carriage House  

It has been another incredibly busy year for the Erie County Historical Society (ECHS).

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Update on the new exhibits

Sunday Dec 1st, 2019

In early November, the PRD Group came to the Hagen History Center to meet with staff to plan future exhibits.

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Update on the New Exhibit Building

Wednesday Nov 27th, 2019

After 10 months of construction, the new exhibit building has been completed!

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Hagen History Center Decorated by Local Florists

Wednesday Nov 27th, 2019

In December, guests enjoyed touring the festively decorated Watson-Curtze Mansion and Wood-Morrison House.

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Teachers and Curriculum Directors come to the Hagen History Center

Wednesday Nov 27th, 2019

On Monday October 14, 2019, a teacher in-service was held in the HHC Education Center in the Wood-Morrison House.

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You Still Have Time to Have your ECHS Gift Matched.

Wednesday Nov 27th, 2019

There’s still time for a year-end gift to the ECHS.   Gifts to the Annual Fund are used to support student field trips, maintain the Watson-Curtze Mansion and Wood-Morrison House, or help promote Erie’s heritage for current and future generations. 

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EHCS Welcomes Shelby Graml as Events Coordinator

Sunday Nov 24th, 2019

Shelby Graml became the HHC’s Events and Outreach Coordinator in November.

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Happy Holidays!

Sunday Nov 24th, 2019

The Board and Staff at the Hagen History Center

wish to thank our loyal friends for all their support in 2019

and we wish you happy holidays and a very Happy New Year.

A Very Merry Pittsburgh

Sunday Nov 24th, 2019

In August 2019, ECHS received a request from the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh.

They were creating an exhibit called  “A Very Merry Pittsburgh”  featuring vintage photographs of stores and businesses in Western Pennsylvania at the holidays. The Library and Archives staff provided several photos, mainly of Erie’s Boston Store.

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Rent the Museum

Sunday Nov 24th, 2019

“With Thanksgiving just over and the run up to the winter holidays in full bore already, I was thinking about how popular renting museums and museum spaces for special holiday events - and other events like weddings - has become” says Paul Rosenblatt, Architect to help museums grow.

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