Town of
Pompey Historical Society

    Established 1976

 

Message to the community:

The Town of Pompey Historical Society is temporarily closed due to the pandemic. We look forward to being together again as soon as possible. If you have immediate needs, please contact our President, Anne Shelly.

Our Origin

      The Town of Pompey Historical Society was established in 1976 as a result of the United States Bicentennial Celebration. The Town of Pompey Bicentennial Committee had planned two weeks of activities to celebrate this memorable occasion. The committee wanted to have lasting tributes after July 1976. It was decided that organizing an historical society and writing and publishing a two volume book (Pompey, Our Town in Profile) would accomplish that goal.


Sylvia Shoebridge holding the 2 volume book

Sylvia is the former Pompey Town historian
and author of Pompey, Our Town in Profile
(available for purchase in the PHS store)

Sylvia Shoebridge
- 90th Birthday Reception and Celebration

ia Shoebridge

      

Upcoming Events

PHS Day at Palladino Farms

 September 26, 2020   

12:00 - 4:00 PM

PHS Annual Meeting

October 18, 2020      2:00 PM

Location TBA, may be via the web!


Coming in 2021:   Pompey in the Post WWII Years, the 1950s and 1960s featuring a Continuing Presence celebration of the lives of Don and Nancy Edwards.

The NEWSLETTER link at left gives the full version of our Jennie Jerome article from the July 2018 Newsletter.

We are open most Tuesdays from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (call ahead first
at 315-682-4729) throughout the year.

Click this link for information about J. Roy Dodge's 3 volume series of
An Historical View of Pompey Hill

 Also, we now have in our store four books by Jerry Antil (Jerome Mark Antil), a Fabius native, that reminisce and lend historical/social perspective of life in the Town of Pompey "back in the day": The Pompey Hollow Book Club, The Book of Charlie, Mary Crane, and Hemingway, 3 Angels.

Copyright 2020