As the State of Maine moves forward with reducing Covid-19 restrictions, another resource has announced it is loosening restrictions on access.

According to an article by centralmaine.com, the Kennebec Historical Society will now be open walk in research effective today (6/1/21).

Previously open by appointment only, The Henry Weld Fuller Jr. house will now allow researchers as well as visitors to access, in person, its amazing collection of documents, photographs, books, maps, and other note worthy items focused on Kennebec County.

The Fuller house itself is rich in history and also serves as the society’s headquarters.

Anyone interested in local Kennebec County history, and any of the 30 towns and cities within Kennebec County would find the Kennebec Historical Society a welcome place to visit for any research project including house histories, family histories for genealogical research, and Maine history in general.

The Kennebec Historical society also has unique personal holdings that are not available anywhere else.

They are open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 10am-3pm. They are also willing to set-up appointments for those who are not able to visit during normal operational hours.


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