‘Lenox: The First 100 Years’ offers rare glimpse into town’s beginnings

In celebration of the town’s 250th anniversary, the historical society has assembled an exhibit that offers a unique look into Lenox during its first 100 years of existence.

“Lenox: The First 100 Years,” on display now at the Lenox Museum of History, features a number of historical artifacts and information from the town’s beginnings in the mid-1700s to the mid-1800s.

“We were incorporated in 1767 but the first settler was here living on Old Stockbridge Rd. in 1750,” explained Lenox Historical Society Curator Vicki Salvatore during an interview with the Record at the exhibit. Alongside some other members of the …

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