Welcome to the Granville Historic Image Library. This site is a joint project of the Granville Public Library Historical Room and the Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation, located in Granville, Massachusetts.

We invite you to browse our collection of images relating to Granville and the surrounding area and suggest you begin by looking over the Useful Tips link to the left. The site search function is also very helpful when looking for family names, places, events and so on. Note that while the search function is helpful it may not identify every instance of a search term, especially in handwritten documents, notes, and non-searchable files.

Please be sure to view the "Mysteries" collection featured below and help restore the stories that belong with these orphans of history.

Recently Added Items

Z126 Unknown Girl, House on the Green

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Photo of an unknown girl, found by Steve Miller in a house that was being cleaned out.. The house was later torn down and the site is now part of the…

Belden, Holcomb, Hunt, Humphrey, Kenney, Madley, Rowley Reunion, 1937

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Family reunion held at Winchell Grove, September 12, 1937. 47 people attended.

Wedding Photo: Helen Alvina Hansen and Charles Louis Drolett, Jr., June 17, 1931

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Wedding photo, Helen Alvina Hansen (6/20/12 -1/15/98) and Charles Louis Drolett, Jr. (6/2/09 - 10/1/70), taken 6/17/31. This image from FB via DL…

Granville Sun

Granville Sun 1881 1932 Snow Letter  001.pdf

1932 letter from William Snow to Gilbert Stevenson concerning Snow's 1881 publication of the "Granville Sun" newspaper. The material referred to in…

West Granville Parish News / Hill-Top-ics of West Granville, 1935

Hill Top Ics of West Granville 1935  001.pdf

Volume 1, Numbers 1-10, 1935, of a 2-page newsletter. Numbers 1 and 2 are titles the West Granville Parish News. As the result of a contest to name…

Old Home Sunday, 1932

Old Home Sunday 1932  001.pdf

Invitation to the community to come to Old Home Sunday, which took place on August 28, 1932.