Concord NY Historical Society - Welcome
Join us on June 8, 2013
for the Cattaraugus County Museum Day!
Village of Springville
5 W. Main Street
Springville, NY 14141
Fire Control Center
Department of Public Works Superintendent
Waste Water Treatment Plant
Town of Concord
Carol Goodson's site
Pratham Road Cemetery
Town of Sardinia
Chamber of Commerce
The Town of Concord, NY was
the birthplace of:
• Glenn Scobey "Pop" Warner
• Dr. Ralph B. Waite, the Developer of Novocain
• Elton Eaton - Springville native, became a prominent ornithologist of the early Twentieth Century. His publications, Birds of Western New York, 1901, Birds of New York, in two volumes, 1909 and 1914 are classics resources.
and was the chosen home of:
• Jack Yellen Composer of "Happy Days Are Here Again"
• George Schuster Sr., Winner - 1908 New York to Paris Auto Race
Springville is located on US 39 just east of US 219.
Some of our neighboring communities include:
To the East: Sardinia, Chaffee, Arcade, Delevan, Yorkshire
To the West: Collins Center, Collins, Gowanda, Langford
To the North: Boston, Colden, Glenwood, East Concord
To the South: Ellicottville, Ashford Hollow, West Valley, East Otto
Town Historian: David Batterson, Phone: 716-560-8464
HOURS OF OPERATION
March - December
Or by appointment
The Warner Museum features displays of "Pop" Warner's football memorabilia, person and family items, basket collection, original paintings, and Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame ring. Other exhibits include the Anna Brooks doll collection, a 1930's kitchen, the Robert Mahl tool collection, a 1913 Stewart truck, spinning and weaving equipment, rare ox bow maker, and numerous items of local interest.
Lucy Bensley Center
Monday-Thursday 10AM - 1 PM
2nd and 4th Sundays 2PM - 4 PM
45 East Main Street Rear Suite
April 24 Until TBA
The Lucy Bensley Center contains an extensive genealogy library, back issues of Springville's newspapers, and a large library of historical books. It, also, is the society's office.
The Concord Mercantile
17 Franklin Street (716) 592-5546
Tuesdays and Thursdays 7pm-9pm (with music), Wednesdays and Saturdays 10am-2pm