Archives Display Cabinet – Holiday Display

“Blessed, Grateful, Giving”

Celebrate the holidays at Charlestown through the years.  See the new display in the Archives cabinet located at the Brookside Bridge, entitled “Charlestown’s Holiday Spirit – Blessed, Grateful, Giving.”  See how many holiday items you see in the display.  For some there is only one, for others there are 20 or more.  Find the Holiday Invitation, Pioneer, Nutcracker, Butterfly, Flag, Wreath, Chapel, Marine, Balloon, Elf, Santa, Menorah, Conductor, Founder, Gloves, Antlers, Turkey, Gingerbread, Christmas Suit, Holiday Tree, Train, and Caroler. Enjoy this holiday season.

Email the Archives your thoughts on why you are Blessed, Grateful, and Giving.  Your emails will be added to the Digital Archives. Email –

Happy Holidays to Charlestown From the Charlestown Archives Group
We Are Blessed by Your Support

Digital Archives – Can Store Your Group’s Records

Visit the Archives to discuss how we can help your Club or Group maintain ongoing records of your events & activities. Join the many Groups who are PARTNERS of the DIGITAL ARCHIVES by regularly emailing your Resident Groups’ and Staff Department’s Charlestown documents and photos to

Archives is a Fun Place to Spend an Hour

Want to see Charlestown Yearbooks, browse Resident Club’s Files, read Residents’ Stories, see our collection of early Little Theatre Company Show Videos and so much more. Visit the Archives Office, in Fountain Hill across from the Pharmacy, Open Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays, Noon to 2PM. Or email the Archives for a personal appointment.

Archives Display – Charlestown’s Great Outdoors

Archives Display Charlestown Great Outdoors

Charlestown resident, Jim Thompson, recently donated to the Archives his amazing portfolio of ~50,000 digital photos that he took of many Charlestown Events, Residents, Staff and Grounds starting in 2003.

The Archives Display Cabinet is located by the HERBERT’S RUN BRIDGE During July and August see the new, beautiful display entitled “Charlestown’s Great Outdoors,” featuring Jim Thompson’s outdoor photos of our Community.