About Dauphin-Middle Paxton Historical Society

Dauphin-Middle Paxton Historical SocietyText Box: The Dauphin-Middle Paxton Historical Society is a non-profit organization with an all volunteer staff and committees, founded in 1996 by a group of individuals from the community. The society's purpose is to collect, preserve, publish and interpret the history of this borough and township for the benefit of the public and future generations. The society has monthly meetings, a monthly program, and open houses, which the public is welcome to attend.
The society maintains a room in the Old Dauphin School House, which is also used as the society's logo. The school house was used for students from 1876 to 1969. In the beginning, the school housed twelve grades, while it housed only four by the time of its closing. The society's logo has been designed by local artist Mary Hockendoner. Prints are available in the gift shop.

Monthly Meetings 
January to June, September and October
4th Thursday Starting at 7:00 p.m.
Program with refreshments followed by business meeting
Meetings Held at Old School House, Corner of Church & Allegheny Streets, Dauphin, PA


Mailing Address: P.O. Box 532, Dauphin, PA 17018 
E-mail Address: dmphist@verizon.net
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