Wellesley Historical Society

Captain Marden DVD Now Available

The Society has produced a ten-minute DVD about the Captain Marden's story, which uses a combination of old family photos and personal interviews with family members, Captain Marden’s employees, and residents of the town. Society member Bill Stanwood, who is a retired Boston College professor of video, produced the DVD and it was shown at the Society's Spring Celebration in May, which honored the Marden family.
The price for the DVD is $10.00 and proceeds from the sales will benefit the Society. It is available at Captain Marden's, the Roche Bros. service desk, Anderson's Jewelers, E. A. Davis, Andrew's Pharmacy, and the Society's Tollhouse Shop at the Dadmun McNamara House.

For more information, call (781) 235-6690 or email director@wellesleyhistoricalsociety.org

The mission of the Wellesley Historical Society is to serve as the historical resource center for the town of Wellesley; to provide educational programs; to collect, interpret, and display materials pertaining to the history of the town and its people; to inspire public involvement in and appreciation of its heritage and culture.