It’s time for Cambridge Open Archives 2019! We invite you to join us at the Cambridge Historical Society for a look at our archival collections that shed light on Cambridge’s rich history of politics and activism. You’ll hear from our archivist, Maggie Hoffman, on the records of the Cambridge Branch of the Massachusetts Indian Association, the Winwood Serjeant Letters, and will have the opportunity to view underground newspapers and handouts from the 1969 Harvard Strike.

45-minute long tours begin at 3 pm and 4 pm. Please select your preferred time when registering.

If you have questions about this event, email the Cambridge Historical Society: or call: 617-547-4252

Cambridge Open Archives, sometimes called the Cambridge archives crawl, is an annual free event that offers members of the public the rare chance to visit a number of unique archives and collecting agencies in Cambridge. It is organized by the Cambridge Historical Commission. To learn more about Cambridge Open Archives and to see events at neighboring repositories, click here.