The Historical Society has an archive of more than 3,600 digitized photographs. In-person access to this collection can be arranged by appointment, and we are working to provide online access through our website.
Colliers making charcoal, undated.
Aluminum collection during WWII, 1941@ RTs 41 & 44.
Safe being hauled up Holley St. to the bank, c. 1900
Holley Mfr. Company, c. 1890, Lakeville
Lakeville Volunteer Hose Co. c. 1908
Holley-Williams House, undated
Evarts-Bradley house, Lakeville, c. 1850
Association Lunch stand, Old Home Week, 1903, Spurr Field
Picnic Group at Lake Wononscopomuc, undated
Laying water lines, Lakeville, c. 1916
View of the Grove and lake from Holleywood, c. 1900
Engine on RR trestle/bridge at Twin Lakes, c.1861
Johnnie Jordan’s horse in the Grove, undated
Main Street, Salisbury, c. 1900, from 1957 school paper by Peter Hervey Smith
Wononsco House (later, the Gateway) on RT 44, Lakeville, c. 1905
Lakeville view along railroad tracks, 1898
Salisbury 1800-1870: A Town in Transition is a 20-minute documentary produced jointly by The Hotchkiss School and the Salisbury Association. The film examines life in 19th century Salisbury through the lenses of race, gender, religion, and class. It uses dozens of images from our photo archive.