The Shire Town of Windsor County
Town Hosted By: Denise
Welcome to Woodstock, Incorporated 1761
As the Chamber of Commerce states it, "Famous world-wide as the quintessential New
England Village," While the town has been described as "The
Prettiest Small Town in America" this is an ongoing task to sustain for village
administrators. But despite the hustle and bustle of people and traffic,
you'll find quaint shops, and galleries among the side streets and alleys.
WOODSTOCK TOWN CLERK
Sara (Sally) Wood
31 The Green Woodstock, VT
Phone: (802) 457-3611.
The Town Clerk's office houses both the Land and Town Vital Records
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:30AM - Noon 1:00PM - 3:30 PM
Office Located on the first Floor of the Town Hall.
The Woodstock Historical Society
26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091
Phone # 1-802-457-1822;
The Historical Society's collection is housed in the 1807 Charles Dana House,
which remained in the Dana family until its sale to the society in 1944. There are 19th-century
furnishings, silver and glass, dolls, costumes, early photographs, books and papers of the
Dana family, tools, a 12,000-volume library of local history, genealogical reference
materials, and reference books on administration and conservation. Lectures and workshops
are held in a 100-seat auditorium.
Contact Person: Corwin
Sharp, Executive Director Hours and Admission: May to Oct, Mon Sat, 10am
5pm; Sun and holidays, 12 4pm. Admission $1.00. 1st floor and auditorium accessible
to the disabled.
you would like to know more about commercial Woodstock, then please visit the very
complete and well presented, Chamber of Commerce Home page.
WILLIAMS PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Norman Williams Public Library has some interesting
Norman Public Library
10 South Park Street
Woodstock, VT 05091
Phone: (802) 457-2295.
Winter: Monday - Friday 10 am -
5 pm Tues. & Wed. 7 pm - 9 pm Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Summer: Monday - Friday 9 am - 4
pm Tues. & Wed. 7 pm - 9 pm Saturday 9 am - 3 pm
History Books, Woodstock, Pomfret, Barnard, Reading, Bridgewater, and Windsor County.
Newspapers: The Vermont Standard , 1853 - present (bound and on microfilm).
Manuscripts/Archives: Scrapbooks of Photographs, old Woodstock and postcards.
Files on Woodstock people and Vermonters (mostly local). Local cemetery records.
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