Founded in 1936, the Society is the oldest community organization on the Upper Main Line conducting local historical
research, and collecting local resources and photographs, pertaining to the townships of Tredyffrin and Easttown in
eastern Chester County, Pennsylvania.
The Society's next public presentation will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday September 20, 2015
at Tredyffrin Library in Strafford
Tim Lander will present an informative history of the development process
that transformed the former Chester Valley Railroad right-of-way into
a well-used and popular multi-purpose recreational resource.
Our History Quarterly Digital Archives are available to all for viewing and searching.
This valuable local history resource contains most of the issues published since 1937, and provides
details and unique perspectives on many aspects of our historic community.
Mike Bertram's 18th Century Tredyffrin
section of the site, features interactive maps and a substantial collection of useful information about
tax & census returns, roads, mills & tanneries, inns, currency, war reparations, and more.
Our new Image Collection online database
continues to grow, with the recent addition of several new groups of images. This valuable resource
is also hosted in Mike's section of the site, and features a searchable partial inventory of our large and growing collection of historic images.