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Last updated on: February 7, 2015
Monday 1-4 (Monday hours in July & August 9-12 & 1-4)
Winter Hours from Dec. - March
the museum will be open on Saturday only, regular time.
Town of Hume Historian
For more information please call:
585 567 8399
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10842 Claybed Road
Hume, New York 14745
PO Box 302
Fillmore, NY 14735
The Town of Hume is proud to have the FIRST town owned museum in Allegany County and the first in the Southern Tier!
In April 2000, the history department moved into the "lodge hall" in the hamlet of Hume at the corner of Claybed and School Streets. For more than fifty years the Rebekah Lodge #491 held meetings here, along with the Odd Fellows Lodge and the Hume Community Club.
The community club and the Odd Fellows folded their organizations in the late seventies to early eighties, leaving the financial burden to the Rebekah's. With the declining funds and membership the Rebekah's were very receptive to the idea of sharing the building with the town's history department. In September of 2002 the Rebekah's folded their lodge after more than 90 years.
The Hume Town Board holds its regular monthly board meetings at the museum the second Wednesday of each month.
To gather, preserve, disseminate, and promote local history. Enrich the community with its history. Protect donated and loaned materials. Cherish and respect interest in local history, encourage all generations to value and share in their heritage.