Stockbridge: Williams High School alumni exhibit


Students from the former Williams High School Class of 1966 gathered during the weekend of Sept. 10-11 to celebrate their 50th anniversary.

Members of the public were invited to join alumni on Saturday for the re-dedication of the standing Lincoln Statue, sculpted by Daniel Chester French, in its new location in the Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives, 46 Main St.

In addition, the Library's Procter Museum & Archives of Stockbridge History is exhibiting memorabilia from the school with highlights from the 1966 class. The display includes photographs, uniforms and school publications.

The exhibit, curated by Cathy Buffoni, a long-time Library employee and member of the anniversary class, will be on view in the museum gallery until Oct. 8.

Due to the Library's recent renovation, the Museum & Archives are now fully accessible to the public. The Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives is open Tuesdays through Saturdays.

For more information, visit or call 413-298-5501.


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