Hours of Operation

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS AS THE TRANSITION TO A NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IS MADE.  WE SINCERELY APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

Upcoming Events

OCT
15

10.15.2014 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
NH League Meeting

NOV
19

11.19.2014 -
Service Credit Union Meeting

Museum News

Museum Executive Director, Peggy Powell, Retires After 15 Years of Service

Peggy Powell, Executive Director of America’s Credit Union Museum has announced her retirement after spending the last fifteen years working on behalf of the Museum, first serving as a consultant before being named executive director in 2001.

As executive director, she was directly involved in the restoration of the building that housed the first credit union in the United States.  She oversaw the interior design of the Museum, and worked directly with the family of first credit union manager, Joseph Boivin, to restore the authenticity of the rooms the family used to welcome credit union members into their home in 1908.  Other exhibits were created with the help of CUNA, showcasing the role of founders Bergeron and Filene, the impact of the Federal Credit Union Act, the effect credit unions had on families at various points in our nation’s history, and more recent legislative victories such as H.R. 1151.
 

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America's Credit Union Museum offers a unique historic venue for your next corporate or non-profit meeting or event. Please note: the Museum does not host private parties/events.

Located in the building where the first credit union in the United States was founded in 1908, your guests will have the opportunity to visit museum rooms that have been restored to the original period and view exhibits and artifacts that present the history of the credit union movement and its leaders from its early beginnings in Europe to present day.

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