Moody in 1872
Moody in 1876
W.H. Moody
W.H. Moody
W.H. Moody
Justice Moody

William Henry Moody (1853-1917) was born in Newbury and lived in Danvers and Salem before settling in Haverhill. Throughout his career as a lawyer, district attorney, congressman, secretary of the Navy, attorney general, and Supreme Court justice, Moody represented the people of Essex County and the ideals of the Progressive Era.

The Buttonwoods Museum commemorated the life and legacy of William H. Moody throughout 2017, the centennial of his death. The permanent exhibit will remain open during regular museum hours.




Read more about past Moody events. Click here for additional Buttonwoods Museum events.


The Buttonwoods Museum relies on your support. Click here or Read More to make a donation.

Copyright © 2017 by B. Strickland & Buttonwoods Museum/Haverhill Historical Society

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Tel: 978-374-4626


Buttonwoods Museum

240 Water Street

Haverhill, MA 01830


Tuesday - Saturday: 10 - 5
Sunday: 12 - 5
Tours from May 1st through October 31st

Events year round

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