Historical Commission

The Sudbury Historical Commission, established by a special town meeting vote in 1968 and acting under Section 8D of Chapter 40 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth for the preservation, protection and development of the historical or archaeological assets of the Town, has jurisdiction over all aspects of historic buildings and structures, and properties currently owned by the town, or any such facilities that might be acquired. Currently these include the Hosmer House and Loring Parsonage, along with the Haynes Garrison site on Water Row, Revolutionary War Training Field on Old County Road and the Revolutionary War Cemetery in the center of town. The Commission manages building use, occupancy and maintenance, and furnishings at the above facilities, and also serves as advocate for other historic groups and coordinates related programs. It is headquartered at Hosmer House which was given to the Town by Miss Florence Hosmer to honor her father. The building remains exclusively as a memorial to the Hosmer Family and houses a collection of their memorabilia, plus 497 of Miss Hosmer's paintings.

The Historical Commission is made up of 7 members, with special interest and knowledge of historical preservation, who are appointed by the Town Manager, subject to the approval of the Board of Selectmen.

Hosmer House Brochure

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2014 HDC Hearing Schedule and Application Deadlines
(Posted: Monday, January 6, 2014) Load more...

General Information

Historical Commission Cup Plates for Sale
Sudbury Historical Commission creates a new miniature cup plate each year. These plates are designed by local artists and are available for the years 1982 through present.
(Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013) Load more...
Historic Sudbury Trail
This is a pictorial tour of thirty five Historic Sudbury sites. You can take our tour of Sudbury from the comfort of your easy chair or, if you'd like to see the sites in person, use our printable version of the tour. It will take you about 3 hours.
(Posted: Tuesday, February 21, 2006)

Brochure

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Hosmer House Brochure The Hosmer House Historic Homestead has an open house on many major holidays and on the first weekend in December. In December the House is beautifully decorated for the holidays with the assistance of many Sudbury area individuals and organizations that donate their time, materials and ideas for people of all ages to enjoy. March 10, 2007
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Forms

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Volunteer Form for the Historical Commission October 29, 2010
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Current Members

Name Position Address Term End Date
Marilyn A. MacLean Chairman 209 Water Row 3 05/31/2015
Barbara A. Bahlkow Member 150 North Road #22 3 05/31/2016
Fred Bautze Member 482 Peakham Rd 1 05/31/2014
Diana P. Cebra Member 20 Metacomet Way 3 05/31/2014
James A. Hill Member 199 Concord Road 3 05/31/2015
William M. Johnson Member 103 Puritan Ln 3 05/31/2016
Elizabeth A. Radoski Member 358 Old Lancaster Rd 3 05/31/2015

Meetings  

Date Location Files
Today's Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014
Mar 25, 2014 ( 7:00 PM) Hosmer House - General Store Room Minutes
Feb 25, 2014 ( 7:00 PM) Hosmer House - General Store Room
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