Highland House ca. 1910 (THS Collection)
The Truro Historical Society takes you back to the past through its collection of artifacts, images, and historical documents on display and in repository at the Highland House Museum and Cobb Archive.
Cobb Library ca. 1912 (THS Collection)
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Every summer the museum hosts events and activities (for children also) designed around Truro's rich local history.
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On August 20 at 7:00 PM, the acclaimed journalist, documentarian, and Truro denizen returns to show portions of his soon-to-be released film, The Last Patrol. The film is a reflection and conversation about the difficulty soldiers face in disengaging from war and reverting to "normal life," and the struggles of
conscience they inevitably have to confront, issues of paramount concern to Mr. Junger. See Highland Evenings
Photocredit: Shareen Davis Photography
- Mark your calendars for two events in August featuring Milton and Breene Wright. An exhibition of Milton's Truro
- paintings from 1950 to 2005 opens on August 17 (and runs through September 30). See Events
- The Wright family hosts a reception at the Museum on September 3 to honor Milton and Breene, both long-time supporters of the Truro Historical Society, he as an officer of the board, and she as a dedicated volunteer. This catered event is open to the public, and his family has donated and will dedicate a bench in both their names. See Events