The Chautauqua County Historical Association located at the McClurg Mansion in Westfield was the topic of the Jamestown Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently.
Linda Cass, vice regent, introduced the guest speaker, John Paul Wolfe, curator of the museum.
The McClurg is the oldest brick mansion in Western New York.
Pictured are John Paul Wolfe, McClurg Museum curator, and Linda Cass, DAR first vice regent.
Wolfe enlightened the DAR members of the collection that is held in the museum and informed the group that the museum is online with information to share with the public on its website at mcclurgmuseum.org for the Chautauqua County Historical Society.
He promised a surprise for the DAR meeting. He brought a piece of a six-piece tea set, a sterling sliver tea pot, that had formerly graced the Porter Sheldon Mansion, the present DAR Chapter Home.