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The Nye Museum, Old County Road and Cedarville

The Nye Grist Mill, Homestead and Grange Hall This year marks the 50th year of Nye Association ownership (actual preservation) and the 40th year being open as a museum. In 1665 the Town of Sandwich gave 12 acres in East … Continue reading

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The 1885 Sand Hill School

  The area around the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company in Sandwich became known as Jarvesville, named after the factory’s founder, Deming Jarves. As the number of glass factory workers grew, the company built housing for them as well as … Continue reading

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Aerial Views of Town Center

4 – Sandwich Card & Tag Co. 5 – G. Howland’s Lumber Yard 6 – Town Hall 7 – Sandwich Casino 8 – High School 10 – Sandwich Academy 14 – Novelty Block 15 – Central House 16 – Post … Continue reading

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