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W. S. Loggie Cultural Museum

An 18th-century Victorian home houses artifacts from 1850 onward. The famous painting by H. W. Hoyt “Portrait of Francis Peabody," founder of the town of Chatham, a history of the Loggie family and First World War artifacts are found here. The original World War I Victory Flag may be of particular interest.The house is used for meetings, craft sales, teas and many social events. This unique home is a special part of the heritage and culture of the region. Guided tours are available during the summer or by appointment by board members in off-season.

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