Blacksmith

Rick Stover Rick Stover was an active volunteer and skilled blacksmith in the Village for many years. He developed a training program for others interested in working metal in the Wagon Shop and also...

Volunteers

Lee Young (center with moustache) and Richard Drue (right with beard) were active THS volunteers for many years. Here they explain household items from the 1800s that were exhibited in the general store exhibit...

Township Supervisor

Morris Wattles, Township Supervisor (1925-1930) Virginia Bollinger and Morris Wattles carry materials into the 1927 Township Hall through the Pioneer Room entry. Morris Wattles oversaw construction of the Township Hall while he served as...

Early Members

Early Troy Historical Society members included Lois Lance (left), Virginia Bollinger (center), and Morris Wattles (top right). This photo was taken when the Society was raising funds to move the Caswell House. Their efforts...

First President

Clara Haag, Troy Historical Society First President Clara Haag (left,) was present at the charter meeting of the Troy Historical Society in February 1966 and served as the organization’s first president. Following William Caswell’s...

Gazebo

The gazebo, built in 1979 quickly became a focal point for ceremonies, musical performances, and program activities in the Village while hundreds of couples have exchanged wedding vows or posed for photographs on the...

Troy Town Hall

The 1848 Town Hall and this Civil War-era one-room school were nearly identical in size and appearance. The actual Town Hall was built about 100 yards from this site, because the intersection of Wattles Road and...

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