Available Items in the Gift Shop:
Echoes of Old Thompson Volume 1: Sorry - SOLD OUT. However, we find old copies on www.half.com or www.amazon.com frequently. Be sure to download the errata sheet.
Echoes of Old Thompson Volume 2: (ON SALE - PRICE REDUCED)- This book, released in late Fall 2006, is 304 pages and include many photos, stories and letters about Thompson residents, information on Maj. Robert Thompson, Lithic Structures and the complete Bayles text of Thompson and Putnam history. The THS member price for the leatherbound version is $39.00 (comes with a matching leather sleeve) and the softcover copy is $24.00. To have the books mailed to you, please send an additional $4.75 for media mail to the continental USA. Shipping insurance is an additional $1.30. Please provide your name, address and either an email address or telephone number. Mail to: Thompson Historical Society, Echoes of Old Thompson Books, PO Box 47, Thompson, CT 06277. Call 860 923 3776 for other details.
We have many copies of the Echoes of Old Thompson Vol 2 still available for sale on Half.com.. To view the page or to order a copy click here.
The Movie "The Man in the Net" - DVD copies of the movie available at our museum shop. Featuring Alan Ladd!
The 2 volume set of Ellen Larned's "History of Windham County"
Artwork by local artists:
Thompson Common, by Tom Menard (color)
North Grosvenordale, by Tom Menard (color)
Egg Hunt on the Common, by Donna Lange (color)
Thompson Common, by David Wagner (pen & ink)
Thus far the Society has reproduced the following hand-painted buildings and many are still available:
Old Town Hall
Library (Ellen Larned Building and now the Thompson Museum)
Church (The Congregational Church on the Hill)
Bank (Thompson Bank, now in Old Sturbridge Village)
Inn (Vernon Stiles Inn)
Gazebo in North Grosvenordale
Post Office (Pepin's General Store in Fabyan)
School (Tourtellotte High School)
Hose House (Fire Dept. building in N. Grosvenordale)
Mill (The Grosvenor Dale Company Mill, N. Grosvenordale)
St. Joseph's Church, No. Grosvenordale
Jacob's Tavern, E. Thompson. General George Washington ate breakfast at the tavern in 1789
The shop's staff of approximately 35 volunteers stocks many unique gifts to give or to keep, for instance:
Thompson Wooden Buildings painted by local artist Sarah Emmons
A booklet of Yankee Magazine stories about Thompson
Local items: honey, maple sugar, bird feeders,
Prints of Tom Menard's painting "North Grosvenordale" & "Marianapolis"
************We are always looking for historical items, crafts and/or art from the greater Thompson area. Please email email@example.com