The mission of the Greece Historical Society is to discover, research, and preserve the history of the Town of Greece and to share that history with its residents and the local community through public programs, publications, museum exhibits, and accessibility to its archives and artifacts.
This “Archives” section strives to support this mission by providing access to an increased understanding of the people, stories, images, and events that have made the town what it is today. Historical information, which has been produced by a number of sources in various formats, has been identified and categorized here to facilitate its availability to those interested in studying the town’s history. To begin your travel through Greece’s history, simplify click on one of the links below:
These are Landmarks that have been designated by the Town of Greece and the New York State Office of Historic Preservation, as well as the National Register of Historic Places. There are some town landmarks that have been lost forever.
This is where you can find select recorded programs from our Sunday afternoon programs at the Greece Historical Society & Museum, Our Second of Tuesday Month Programs that are presented at the Greece Public Library, and during the COVID-19 we did them via Zoom. The programs are listed in alpha order
Corinthian Newsletter Archives
This is where you can find Past Corinthian Newsletters.
This is where you can find the long-form stories from the Corinthian Newsletters.
If you are interested in learning more about Greece, New York history, please contact us at (585) 225-7221.