Founded in 1941 and located in the historic 1847 Crandall House, the Concord Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of the Town of Concord (the Village of Springville is part of Concord). A variety of historic items are on display inside including furniture, musical instruments, spinning wheels, photographs, and medical tools. The house is also the location of the Glenn 'Pop' Warner Museum. Pop Warner (1871-1954), as he was commonly referred to, was born in Springville and became one of the country's best-known football coaches and innovators of the game. Warner's collection of Indian artifacts is stored in the house. The Society also operates the Concord Mercantile building, which features a recreated general store inside (it is located next door), and the Lucy Bensley Center Research Library, which is located at 23 North Buffalo Street.