Video History Series 03
In the third edition of BTHS' Video History Series, resident Douglas H. Webb recalls snowstorms, muddy roads, a house fire, and milk vandals.
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BTHS' third Featured Artifact, a ski trail sign, comes from Innsbruck USA Ski Area, which was a popular recreation site in the Town in the 1960s and 1970s.

The City & Town of Binghamton: separate entities

Our museum is housed in the old Hawleyton Methodist Church at 923 Hawleyton Road, Binghamton, NY 13903 and contains a collection of artifacts and histories pertaining to the Township of Binghamton which is a separate entity from the City of Binghamton, our neighbor to the north. If you have a query about a business, place, or person who was connected to the City of Binghamton, you would be better served by contacting the Broome County Historian whose contact information can be found at http://www.bclibrary.info.

This can be confusing because we all use the postal address of Binghamton, NY. (The Township, which includes smaller areas such as Park Terrace, Hawleyton and Ingraham Hill and Pierce Creek, has no post office of its own.)

To learn more about the Binghamton Township Historical Society, our museum and collection, and our projects and plans for the future, please continue to explore our website!

Recent News

Video History Series 03

Posted on 25 Mar 2017
In our third edition of the Video History Series, Douglas H. Webb speaks about muddy roads in spring

Featured Artifact 03

Posted on 14 Jan 2017
The third artifact from the BTHS collection is a ski trail sign from the former Innsbruck USA Ski Ar

Featured Article – Issue Vol 1 No 3

Posted on 14 Jan 2017
The third edition of the Binghamton Township Historical Society takes a step back in time – ac