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The Plymouth City band, under the direction of Thomas L. Bailey, will play its first concert of the season at the City Park at 8 p.m. this evening. The summer series of concerts will continue thereafter each Thursday night. Great difficulty has been experienced in keeping the band intact due to members going into the service and others not always able to take part due to employment conditions. Under these handicaps the band will have to select lighter and less difficult pieces for its program. But an appreciative public will understand the situation and America’s popular marches together with “Roll Out The Barrel” will always receive a welcome hand. In spite of all the difficulties Plymouth will be able to say, “And The Band Played On.”

Plymouth Review – June 24, 1943

The Schwartz Manufacturing Co. has incorporated under the laws of the state with a capitol stock of $18,000. The plant will continue turning out kitchen furniture as heretofore. G.A. Albrecht chosen president, H.W. Hostman vice president, E.E. Eastman secretary and treasurer.

Plymouth Review – August 5, 1903

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In 2006 the Plymouth Historical Society made a bold move forward from a rented space in the Plymouth Center to owning a historic building in downtown Plymouth. Our vision of transforming this cream city brick building into a museum continues to evolve with the opening of display space on the first floor, the Stahlman Research Library on the second floor, and the Plank Road Trail exhibit in the lower level. The trail is a depiction of Plymouth in 1868. Our first floor parlor has been transformed into a turn-of-the-century dining room with the Herrling family dishes on display, circa 1870’s.

None of this would be possible without your interest and financial support. Whether your contribution is a little now and a little later or a large gift, you will be making a difference and helping to preserve Plymouth's rich heritage. We appreciate all levels of help. To make a contribution to help maintain our museum, complete the online form below and choose a level of sponsorship. Checks should be made payable to Plymouth Historical Society - Museum. Contributions may also be in the form of stocks, bonds, investments or property. Contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you have specific questions feel free to contact the museum by phone or e-mail. Our president or board members will be happy to assist you.

While our current goal is mortgage reduction the museum is also in need of supplies and equipment. If you would like your donation to go to a specific item or perhaps a project, we would be most appreciative of your support.

Seven Levels of Sponsorship

$10 - $99 - Surveyor
$100 - $499 - Trader
$500 - $999 - Pioneer
$1,000 - $1,875 - Settler
$1,876 - $1,999 - Society of 1876*
$2,000 - $4,999 - Historic Benefactor*
Over $5,000 - Museum Benefactor*

*Those who donate at this level will receive honorary recognition and invitations to special events. ”The Society of 1876” is a special level of sponsorship which recognizes the year the building which will house our new museum was built.
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