Historical Society receives $10,000 toward new research center, pharmacal archives

NORWICH – Last week, the Chenango County Historical Society received a $10,000 donation from Norwich Pharmaceuticals to help put the finishing touches on its new research center, as well as preserving the remainder of the company’s historical archives, currently stored at the Eaton Center.



Located next door to the CCHS Museum at 43 Rexford Street, the research center will feature a digital catalogue of the historical society’s many documents, books, photographs and other historically significant records, all of which combined number in the thousands. The center will also house the Chenango County Historian’s Office and its staff, reported CCHS Director Alan Estus.

Norwich Pharmaceuticals President Terry Novak, Director of Human Resources Ric Festarini, Vice President of Operations Brian Reid, Chief Operating Officer Elin Gabriel and Human Resources Services Manager Luke Murphy were on hand to tour the museum’s new Pharmacal Exhibit and present the donation, a great way for Norwich Pharmaceuticals to celebrate its local legacy and kick-off its 125th anniversary, according to Novak.


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