Monroe Historical Society
P.O. Box 82, Monroe, OH
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 1 p.m.
June – September or by appointment, excluding holidays.
The log cabin is open for special events, and by appointment
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Tales of the Past
FIRMLY FOUNDED MARCH 2010 Gene Williams DID YA EVER WONDER? When I have the Cabin open for visitors, such as July 4, Little League Opening Day, and Christmas, one of the historical things I tell you about is “Don’t throw the baby out with the...
FIRMLY FOUNDED February 2010 Gene Williams I DOUBLE-DAWG DARE YA!!!! As I sit here, snowed in, in beautiful downtown Monroe, I gaze upon the hill at the Mound Cemetery and remember some really neat things of the past. My grandsons and my young...
FIRMLY FOUNDED JAN 2010 Gene Williams 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1910 MUSEUM by James Lee Price In 1859 Charles Warner came to settle in Monroe. He opened a blacksmith shop on Main Street, to accommodate the horse traffic running from Cincinnati...
FIRMLY FOUNDED DECEMBER 2009 The following is an article by Pauline Schmidt, who was the curator of the Monroe Historical Society at the time.. This was written in the Monroe Times in February 1995. It tells part of the story of what we call...
FIRMLY FOUNDED Nov2009 A NEED MET… The following is a history that was presented in the 1967 Sesqui-Centennial book of Monroe. I will attribute the following to Ruth Cast, as she was the History Chairman of the celebration of the 150 years of Monroe, but...