LAURENS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC
THE SOCIETY

This year the Society celebrates 46 years as an integral part of the community in Laurens County, Georgia, linking the past to the future. The
Organization began in 1967 as a successor to the 1966 Carnegie Library Preservation Committee. Its ongoing purpose is to collect and preserve the
history and artifacts of all of Laurens County.
Laurens County Historical Society Email: Museum@laurenshistory.org
Museum and Headquarters:
Laurens County Historical Society, Inc.
311 Academy Avenue
Dublin, GA 31021
Phone: 478-272-9242
Mailing Address:
Laurens County Historical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 1461
Dublin, GA 31040
Phone: 478-272-9242
OFFICERS FOR 2012-2013

Scott Thompson, Sr.,
President & Museum Director
Robin Flanders,
Vice-President & Treasurer
Betty Page,
Secretary & Museum Manager

DIRECTORS
Tal Orr
Anna M. Shepard
Paul Donnell
Linda B. Black
Stephen C. Svonavec
Membership dues begin at only $15 per year for individuals. Other levels of
membership include: Family
$20, Patron $25, Small Business, Institutional,
School, Library, Museum
$25, Sustaining $50, Sponsor $100, and Benefactor
$200+.  Members receive a quarterly newsletter with information on
genealogical matters, Laurens County history, prominent individuals, and other
relevant material. The newsletter also contains memorials for deceased
members and friends, family reunion and other announcements, and a list of
books and resources available for sale through the Society. A list of items
available for sale is also
available on this website.

The Laurens County Historical Society, Inc. is a non-profit, tax exempt
corporation chartered by the Georgia Secretary of State. All gifts and
contributions to the Society are tax deductible.

Please refer questions concerning this webpage to the Laurens County
Historical Society.

Page last updated August 6 2010
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Effective December 2012 the Museum is being renovated and
the Society is temporarily moving to a location on the
Courthouse Square in Dublin. The Museum will reopen later this
year upon the completion of the renovations.