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inside the Oxford Museum

The Museum will open for the season on Oxford Day, Saturday, April 26, with a special exhibit of  “How the News Came to Oxford.” Local resident Stephen Goldman is providing a number of newspapers from his personal collection reflecting on six hundred years of history through early newspapers and their precursors. Also on display with be interesting artifacts relating to the mail delivery in Oxford and artifacts of Oxford’s history. Early examples of posted mail related to Oxford will also be featured. The exhibit will remain into the summer.


The Museum celebrated 50 years of collecting, preserving and disseminating Oxford’s unique history at its annual meeting on May 9th. Two of Oxford's leading citizens, Betty Moll and Doug Hanks, were honored.
See photos and videos of the event.

Photos from 2014 "Piga-Figa-Licious"