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Westfield-Washington Historical Society and Museum [IN]

The Westfield-Washington Historical Society (WWHS) is dedicated to promoting community and statewide awareness of history and encouraging historic preservation among the public. Currently, the main project of the society is to operate the Westfield-Washington Historical Museum, which opened in April, 2008, and is located in the old fire station.

The site offers an events calendar, visitor information for the museum, an "endangered" section featuring properties in need of preservation, and an online store.