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Tapley Memorial Hall
13 Page St, Danvers, MA 01923
The hall was built in 1930 next to the historical society's headquarters at the Page House to use for special programsMore and store an extensive collection of local history. Much of the research library collection is now stored at the Peabody Institute Library on Sylvan Street, but the Historical Society holds its regular meetings in the hall and uses it to display special exhibits. Plans for the hall include installing a ramp and restrooms.
The Page House
11 Page St, Danvers, MA 01923

This old house was built by Col. Jeremiah Page, a brick maker before the Revolutionary War. Later generations ofMore Pages lived in the home until 1914, when it was acquired by the Danvers Historical Society and moved from its original location on Elm Street.

The historical society, founded in 1889, maintains an office and museum store inside and the building is open for tours and special events. In her will, Ann Lemist Page asked for the house to be razed else it fall into disrepair, but the historical society was able to change her will with a promise to preserve the property. Society meetings were held there until Tapley Memorial Hall was built next door in 1930.

The Danvers Historical Society manages a collection of more than 12,000 items, four historic homes in town: the Page House, Glen Magna Farms, route: {:action=>"show", :controller=>"listings", :id=>"glen-magna-farms"} -->, the Putnam House and the Derby Summer House National Historic Landmark (at Glen Magna), a museum building at Tapley Hall and oversight of the Endecott Burying Ground. The main historical research library is now housed at the