Pease Family Exhibit 1750-1960
The extended Pease family exhibit 1750-1960 comprises documents, books, clothes, photos, toys, porcelain and furniture. Artifacts include the Alden family Bible, Joseph Pease's journal(1750-1794), a table (c1800) made by William Pease. William Pease's account book (1797-1846), a 1774 speech by John Hancock, a Civil War kepi, a porcelain tea caddy (c1800) and playing cards (c1900). The exhibit closes September 30, 2016.
Bennington Pottery
Large Bennington pottery collection.
Tinware given to Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Loomis in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary in 1869.
Tobacco Memorabilia
Tobacco memorabilia and cigar making equipment, emphasizing the importance of tobacco growing to Suffield and The Connecticut Valley. Suffield had the first cigar factory (1810) in the United States.
Suffield Postcards
Collection of Suffield postcards depicting local scenes.
Button Display
Button display on loan from local members of the Acorn Button Club.
Connecticut Bottle and Flask Display
Connecticut bottle and flask display collected and donated by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kulle.