Historical Society Museum: The outstanding collection of Keene and Stoddard glass, as well as Hampshire Pottery, is open during meetings.
The club has published a well-read book that chronicles the establishment of some of the very early New England glass houses. The book, Yankee Glass, A History of Glassmaking in New Hampshire 1790 - 1886, reviews the beginnings of glass manufacturing in Temple, Franklin, Keene, Stoddard and Lyndeborough.
Over the years, individual members have written a wide variety of books and numerous magazine articles.
About the Club
Meetings: The 1st Wednesday of each month
Meeting Location: Historical Society of Cheshire County
246 Main Street, Keene, NH
Historical Society Link: http://hsccnh.org/
Mailing Address: PO Box 702, Keene NH 03431
An extensive research library of books and periodicals on bottles, glass, pottery and related topics is available to members
The Yankee Chatter is the newsletter of the Yankee Bottle Club. Copies are sent via email to members throughout the country thereby keeping them aware of activities and presentations at club meetings. Pictures of theme-of-the-month bottles brought in by members are included.