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Museum Gallery Open Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
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This week at CCHS
October 18-23

~CCHS Closed Monday~

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The museum, research library, and offices are closed Monday, October 18, 2021 to give the staff a chance to recover from Ghost Walk! We’ll be back to our regular hours on Tuesday, October 19.

On Display

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Chemung County in the 1910s
The world was in transition in the 1910s. It was a time of social and economic change driven in large part by the First World War. Chemung County in the 1910s highlights how local residents were effected by major events like World War I, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, the fight for women’s suffrage, and the Spanish Flu pandemic. It also explores how fashion, entertainment, and the ethnic make-up of our communities changed during those years.
On Display Now through April 2, 2022

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In the Gift Shop

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Harwood S. Taylor Prints
The gift shop has eleven different prints by Harwood S. Taylor of scene in and around Elmira including the Women’s Federation Building, the Civil War Prison Camp, Elmira College, and Sullivan’s Monument. The prints are ready to be framed and make great gifts!
Stop by our gift shop Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm to purchase or Click Here to see all eleven prints and order online!