About Us

The Nobleboro Historical Society has been in existence since March 1978.

Dr. George F. Dow
July 22, 1905 - June 9, 2006

On June 9, 2006 we lost our dear friend and Town Historian George Dow. Though George is no longer with us, the information he assembled to document the history of Nobleboro will live on forever. If you would like to read more about the long and productive life of George, click here.

  • Update the Center’s displays of artifacts and Nobleboro History
  • Increase our depth of knowledge about Nobleboro’s history so we can share with individuals and groups
  • Grow the Nobleboro Historical Society membership to include younger generations of old Nobleboro families and those of us "from away" in Nobleboro
Feel free to CONTACT US with any questions or comments.
2015 Nominations for
Nobleboro Historical Society Officers, Chairs, Trustees
Proposed by the Nominating Committee 3/20/15 Nominations for One-Year Term

Mary Sheldon, President
Sally Pearce, Recording Secretary
Jean Vose, Corresponding Secretary
Britt Hatch, Treasurer
Laurie McBurnie, Genealogist
Mary Sheldon, Curator

AppleFest: Al O’Donnell
Building: Henry Simmons
Finance: Britt Hatch
Fish Ladder: Deb Wilson
Membership: Laurie McBurnie
Program: Mary Sheldon
Resource: Mary Sheldon
Scholarship & Education: Carolyn Hardman and Chris Sokoll
Website: Jean Vose

Sally Hough [serve until 12/31/16]
Tom Moody
Alice Scott [serve until 12/31/17]
Henry Simmons
Al Lewis [appointed by Selectmen]

  • To collect and preserve historical memorabilia and important records related to the Town of Nobleboro
  • To encourage and promote interest in Nobleboro history among schoolchildren and the general public through exhibits, lectures and other special events
  • To maintain and operate the old Hawthorne schoolhouse as an historical reference center for the public