Link to individual index pages for information about Weston
Topics, and past issues of
Weston Historical Society Bulletins.
Marian Case poses with her employees' children,
all carefully outfitted in white.
The school now known as Field School opened in 1950 as Weston High School.
Modernism in Weston is the subject of two Weston Historical Society Bulletins.
One of our primary community outreach efforts is our Weston Historical
Society Bulletin, published every spring and fall. Your membership
supports the production of the Bulletin. Please join us!
Weston Through the Centuries
The Hook & Hastings Co organ factory stood on Viles Street just north
of the railroad tracks from 1889 to 1935.
Early 20th century photograph of the exterior of what was then Weston's
new public library at 352 Boston Post Road.
The Past is Prologue
The Weston Historical Society is committed not only to preserving the
past but also to using the past to shed light on present-day town issues.
We believe that understanding Weston's past can foster a sense of community
and provide a valuable perspective as we plan the future.
Other recent programs or issues of the
Weston Historical Society Bulletin have featured the Josiah
Smith Tavern, Field School, history of Weston as a dry town, Case Estates, Regis College, and
Hobbs Pond and the 80 acres. Whatever form the Society's interest may take, the effect is
always to focus attention on and increase our stock of knowledge of Weston topics and places.
Click on the kids logo at left to explore Weston from a child's vantage point.