We welcome everyone who delights in learning more about the extensive and fascinating past of our two communities. Our members are involved in Howard-Suamico's history through a variety of programs and special events, meetings, projects in progress, including the collection process of historical items and collective ideas for our museum.
We invite you to join the growing number of HSHS members and we hope that you will share in our excitement, and take part to explore our bountiful heritage.
Our mission is to promote awareness of the Villages of Howard and Suamico's heritage and aiding in their preservation through identifying, recording, managing and providing access to their information.
COLLECTING HOWARD-SUAMICO ITEMS OF HISTORICAL
Local vintage photos,
drawings, maps, memoirs, military or family photos & artifacts, journals/diaries, artwork, documents &
ads, souvenirs, heirlooms, keepsakes, postcards, newspaper articles, books, antiques, etc.
Also missing the following years of Bay Port Yearbooks: '71-'75, '77, '80-'88, '91, '94, '97, 2002. If you have any items to donate, please contact Nancy O'Kelley @ (920)
HOWARD-SUAMICO MILITARY PEOPLE WE WANT
We are adding photographs of our
military residents to our "Honor & Remember Wall" and are also looking for
various military items to display at the HSHS Musuem located at 605 Maywood
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you'll make this a regularly scheduled site! Visitors are always welcome!
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The Howard-Suamico Historical Society is a 501C(3) non-profit organization that is an affiliate of the Wisconsin Historical Society, Northeastern Region and of the Wisconsin Council of Local History. For further information, please contact Nancy O'Kelley @ 920-434-0533.
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The 2014 HSHS calendars are available to purchase. They are $8.00 each. You can purchase them at our Memories Shows, General Membership meetings, Olsen's Piggly Wiggly, Howard Village Hall, and at Thornberry Cottage. The earlier calendars are available at our meetings and at the HSHS office for $3
We now have notecards with original watercolors for sale - check it out at the HSHS Store!
Help save the barn at the
Robert Vickery Homestead!
To realize our goal of restoring a historically important homestead, we are launching a fundraising campaign to begin work on the 1870’s barn’s foundation. The cost of restoring the foundation is anticipated to be between $25,000 and $30,000. The society is seeking tax-deductible donations from individuals and corporations.
The stone foundation is giving way and the barn will begin to lean if it doesn’t receive attention before winter. The restoration of the remainder of the barn will be in spring 2014.
The barn will display plaques recognizing donors to the restoration. You can help to restore this local historical landmark with a donation. For further information or to make a donation, contact Mary Steffen (246-2947), Russ Roland (621-3935) or Nancy O’Kelley (434-0533).
The entire restoration of the homestead at 12787 Velp Avenue, will include the barn, farmhouse, outer buildings and grounds and will be a multi-year project.
For further information on the project, please check out the Robert Vickery Homestead page on this website.
To print donation form - please click form below:
ALUMINUM CAN FUND-RAISER - MARCH AND SEPTEMBER 2014:
Please save your aluminum cans and deposit them in Bin #1 behind the Howard Village Hall during the month of March. During the month of September deposit them in Bin #2. All proceeds will benefit the Howard-Suamico Historical Society. The bin will be clearly marked. Thank you!!!!