Recent Events and Features What’s New November 2023


If you weren’t able to attend Brian Donahue’s excellent Annual Meeting lecture on Weston’s agricultural history, the link to the lecture video is below. Thanks as always to Weston Media Center for filming and editing the lecture, and for making it available online.



Holiday Cards

From the Weston Historical Society collection

Dating to the 1920s and 1930s, these greeting cards were sent to the Roland Gammons family, 49 Newton Street, and found in the attic by the next owner, Carin Dohlman (Mrs. Claes Dohlman). (Gift of Lena Dohlman)

See our December 2022 update to view more of the cards.

We’re working on adding written descriptions of these cards. Stay tuned!


Additional cards are on display in the WHS Exhibit Cases at
Weston Public Library Reading Room and
Weston Town Hall entrance lobby.

Shop Local! The perfect gift for every Weston home.


Farm Town to Suburb
The History and Architecture of Weston, Massachusetts

Second Edition, Revised and Expanded

by Pamela W. Fox

with Sarah B. Gilman, Photo Editor


Farm Town to Suburb is a comprehensive history of the Town of Weston, with particular emphasis on the years 1830–2020. Extensively documented and richly illustrated, the book chronicles the economic, social, and political evolution of the town from rural agricultural community to modern Boston suburb. The first 10 chapters are organized by time period and the remaining 20 focus on geographical areas. Originally published in 2001, this second edition brings the book up to date with a new chapter covering 1980 to 2020 and revisions to the original reflecting changes and new discoveries. With Farm Town to Suburb as a guide, readers of today can connect with the past and enrich the present by looking at the development of their own streets and neighborhoods.

Since moving to Weston in 1991, Pam Fox has been researching, writing, and lecturing about Weston history. She serves as a consultant to the Weston Historical Commission and president of the Weston Historical Society.

  • 736 pages
  • 1075 photos, maps, and illustrations
  • New 24-page chapter, 1980 to 2020, with 40 new color photos
  • $75

2023 Holiday Special


To receive this discount, email for details

*plus $4.06 sales tax

Awarded Certificate of Commendation from the American Association of State and Local History, 2002

Order online at Love Lane Press

or pick up a copy at Florentine Frames

Questions? Email