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The travels of Milton and Catherine Hershey led them to Egypt.

Milton Hershey’s Life

The memories of what it was like to have been a poor boy stayed with Milton Hershey throughout his life. They influenced him strongly when he later founded a school for  children from lower income backgrounds.

Read our Milt Memories historical blog series to learn about our fascinating school history and Milton Hershey’s life.

Milton & Kitty’s Love Story Facts


Milton Hershey’s Birthday Celebrations


The Travels of Milton and Catherine


4 Things You Didn’t Know About Catherine Hershey


Milton Hershey and the City by the Bay


The Sweet Art of Baking and Candy-Making


Catherine’s Passion for Philanthropy

Veronica “Fanny” Snavely Hershey

Milton & Kitty: A Love Story


Milton Hershey’s Deep Connection to Lancaster, PA


Built on Sugar: Hershey in Cuba



Milt Memories History Blog

MHS Department of School History works hard to preserve the Hersheys’ values and students’ cherished memories through articles, photos, interviews and artifacts.  Follow along with our monthly blog series focused entirely on the fascinating school history and inspiring work of our founders.

Read More Milt Memories Posts