Sutton Historical Society Museum


The General Rufus Putnam Hall

This building, adjacent to the Town Hall, was contsructed in 1823 by the Olive Branch of the Master Masons. After 1844 it was used as a school and for several years as a meeting place for the DAR. When the first floor school room was vacated it became space for the Town Library. In 1984 the Library was moved into the Town Hall and the Town voted to allow the Historical Society usage of the building. The building houses the Rufus Putnam Museum and Office. The Society hosts a guest speaker on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 -30 pm. The museum is open each Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm.

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Historical Photo

Sutton Historical Museum
Photo from 2001
Sutton Historical Museum
Photo from 2001


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