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2017 Calendar On Sale
The 2017 DuBois Area Historical Society calendar is now on sale. The 2017 calendar has a theme of “Remembering Railroads” and features photos and information about the railroads and their importance to the area.
In addition to the DuBois Area Historical Society museum, calendars are available for purchase at Kohlhepp’s True Value, Way Office Plus, Rosie’s Book Store, Peaceable Kingdom, Christ the King Manor, Parkview Community Center, Curves, and the Depot at Dr. Doolittle’s in DuBois. The cost is $5 and it makes an excellent gift.
"Sabula Timeless . . . " Available For Purchase
“Sabula Lake Timeless . . .” by Dr. Anju Jolly is now available for purchase at the DuBois Area Historical Society. The book sells for $20 plus $1.20 tax. All mail orders require a $5 postage fee. The book is a history of the Sabula Lake area and is packed with pictures from Sabula’s early days into the 21st Century. To purchase “Sabula Lake Timeless . . .” visit the DuBois Area Historical Society or call 814-371-9006.
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To shop at AmazonSmile go to smile.amazon.com from a web browser or click on any of the links in this article. Each purchase can help the programs of the DuBois Area Historical Society, Inc.
2016 membership dues for The DuBois Area Historical Society are now due. Except for lifetime members, all those who have not paid 2016 dues will not receive a newsletter after the one sent in May. A single membership for those under 55 years of age is $10; family membership $15; and lifetime membership is $100. Due for senior citizens over age 55 and students over the age of 18 is $5. Students under the age of 18 may join for $2.
The DuBois Area Historical Society summer schedule is now in effect. The museum and genealogical library hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. For additional information, or to make an appointment for another day telephone (814) 371-9006.
"The Hills of Home" Available Again
The DuBois Area Historical Society recently received copies of “The Hills of Home” written by Jennie Dixon. The book was reprinted by popular demand. “The Hills of Home” is a history of the Sabula, Hickory, and Winterburn areas during the logging era.
This hard cover book is for sale at the DuBois Area Historical Society. The cost is $50 plus $8, which includes $3 tax and $5 for shipping and handling. You can place your order by sending your check to DuBois Area Historical Society, P.O. Box 401, DuBois, PA 15801 or stop in at the Historical Society located at 30 W. Long Ave. on Tuesday or Wednesday between the hours of 10 and 4. For more information, please call 814-371-9006.
FIRST DAY AIR MAIL COVERS AVAILABLE
Seventy-five years ago, DuBois and Clearfield County were part of history. May 14, 1939, DuBois and Clearfield were both stops on the newly conceived air mail pickup route, one where the planes did not land, but snagged the mail while in flight. A replication of the inaugural flight was held on May 17, 2014, between Clearfield and DuBois. Stamped first day covers from the May 17, 2014, flight are now available from the DuBois Area Historical Society at a cost of $2.50 per first day cover. Contact the Society for ordering information.
CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT NOW AVAILABLE
The DuBois Area Historical Society is selling Christmas ornaments featuring the museum on Long Avenue, the Society logo and founding date. For more information click here.
ORDER FROM SCHWAN'S. HELP THE SOCIETY
The DuBois Area Historical Society is partnering with Schwan’s Home Services to meet our current fundraising goals. Schwan’s Home Delivery offers over 350 delicious foods, flash-frozen at the peak of freshness and conveniently delivered to your door. Through Schwans-Cares.com, consumers can order from Schwan’s Home Delivery. The Society's latest campaign begins on Monday, Feb. 16 and runs through Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Schwan’s will contribute 5% of all orders received in this way to our organization!
To participate click here. On the page, Preserve Your History, click on Shop Now, or Support Now to place an order.
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DuBois Area Historical Society, Inc.
Located at 30 W Long Ave. DuBois, PA
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 401, DuBois, 15801
Phone (814) 371- 9006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Hours: April 1st to Nov. 30th > Tuesday & Wednesday 10am to 4pm.
Winter Hours: Call for appointment
A donation is appreciated from all visitors.
Board Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month at 7:00 PM at our building.
The DuBois Area Historical Society Inc.
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More DuBois history from Ken Williams, visit: http://www.duboishistoricalsociety.com
Visit other area historical society sites:
Clarion County: http://www.clarioncountyhistoricalsociety.org
Clearfield County: http://www.clearfieldcountyhistoricalsociety.net
Elk County: http://www.elkcountyhistoricalsociety.org
Jefferson County: http://www.jchconline.org
Mt. Zion: http://www.mtzionhistoricalsociety.org
St. Marys/Benzinger Township: http://www.smhistoricalsociety.com