The Farmville - Prince Edward Historical Society is an outgrowth of Historic Farmville, Inc. Established in 1986 by businessmen and history enthusiasts, the purpose was to promote the preservation of downtown Farmville storefronts and to establish a designated historic area.
Historical Society meetings are held January through November, the third Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise announced.
|Vice Pres.:||John Burton|
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The next meeting of the Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society will take place on Tuesday, September 21st, 7 pm at the Historic Farmville Train Station.
The speaker will be FPEHS President Jimmy Hurt, who will discuss the history of the tobacco warehouses in Farmville.
Guests always welcomed.
The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society Archives contain unique collections related to Farmville and Prince Edward County history. These collections include correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, artifacts, organizational records, memorabilia, and ephemera and are available to researchers and members of the public. The historical society archives are stored at Longwood University's Greenwood Library Archives and the finding aids for these collections can be found online.
Click here to search the archives.
Past newsletters can be found on the FPEHS Digital Commons.
Virginia Chronicle: (digitized Farmville Herald newspapers 1893-2010)
Greenwood Library: (Longwood University Archives, FPEHS Archives, Farmville Herald microfilm & bound volumes, genealogy resources)
Digital Commons: (FPEHS digitized archival material)