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325+ Years of Remarkable History
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The Museum is now closed for the winter and will open for the 2015 season on Oxford Day, Saturday, April 25.


The Museum celebrated 50 years of collecting, preserving and disseminating Oxfordís 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.

PAYING OFF THE MORTGAGE, JANUARY 2015

Officers of the Oxford Museum recently met with Talbot Bank President Pat Billbrough and presented a check for the final payment of the museumís $179,000 mortgage, which the bank has held since 2000. From left are Robert Valliant, museum treasurer; Ellen Anderson, museum director; Pat Billbrough, Talbot Bank president; Gordon Graves, past president and fundraiser for the museum; Leo Nollmeyer, museum curator; and Pat Jessup, museum president. The actual mortgage document was burned in December at the museumís 50th Anniversary Celebration.
NEWSEUM TOUR, MARCH 12!
Oxford's Steve Goldman is doing a guided tour of the Newseum in Washington on March 12. Tickets are $75 pp which includes bus fare and Newseum entry fee. The trip is a benefit for the Oxford Museum. Steve is a major collector of newspapers and much from his collection is in the Newseum. It should be a great day. 
Steve has done this tour before to much acclaim.
 
To make a reservation, leave a message on the Oxford Museum telephone line: 410-226-0191. The phone is being monitored and messages collected.