Newtown Square Historical Society


Newtown Township Welcome Sign


Newtown Square Historical Society

Newtown Township is fortunate to have an active, energetic and committed Historical Society, who have become the caretakers and teachers of our rich and proud local history. The main purpose of the Society are to protect, preserve and promote the historic resources of the Township, and to tell its story to all  of its residents and visitors. Each year, children and adults find a full schedule of activities, events and opportunities to visit our historical sites. The Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) community organization. 

Meetings

1st Wednesday of every month 

Members 

Name Position 
John BattistaPresident 
VacantVice President
Larry FischerTreasurer 
Karen BottgerSecretary 
John CusterSolicitor 


Newtown Township sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places 

  • Old. St. David's Church (1715)
  • Square Tavern (1742)
  • Paper Mill House (1770, 1845)
  • Hood Octagonal School (1842)
  • Bartram's Covered Bridge (1860)

Newtown Square Historical Society 

Visit the Newtown Square Historical Society website for a history of our Township, view many historical images and maps and find other history- related links. 


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