BALTIMORE — The old black-and-white photo taken in the 1930s shows dozens of children crammed side by side on a raised outdoor platform that served as a bathhouse. The youngsters’ arms are raised skyward and they are drenched by five showerheads placed directly above them. Their clothes – mostly bloomersRead More →

HISTORICAL MUSEUM The Sanibel Historical and Village Museum will reopen to visitors for the season on October 19. Highlights this season include two Twilight Talks and the annual fundraising gala, which this year will have a film premiere on February 22 at The Community House on Sanibel. The feature film,Read More →

September 8, 2021 The Franklin Historical Museum is honored to welcome Franklin native Paul Faenza as the presenter of our second Sunday Lecture Series, Sunday, September 12 at 1:15 p.m. Anyone old enough to remember can recall their whereabouts when they heard about the events of September 11, 2001. RetiredRead More →

The church was built in 1910 by Emanuel Jensen, a carpenter from View, Washington The North Clark Historical Museum will be the site of a 110 + 1 anniversary celebration of the United Brethren Church building on September 25, 2021 with an open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Read More →

The latest exhibition at the Marco Island Historical Museum (MIHM), Creation of the house: illustration by Jessica Osceola, reflects the experience of the artist who grew up in the Seminole Indian village of his great-grandmother in Collier County. The exhibition is open now October 9, 2021. Self-portrait of Jessica Osceola.Read More →

Detroit – The stars of Aretha Franklin’s new biopic “Respect” joined family members to honor the life of the music icon at the Detroit Historical Museum on Sunday. The Detroit Historical Museum unveiled Franklin’s handprints in Legends Plaza, making her the 31st person included. Franklin’s handprints, which were created duringRead More →

[Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] After reopening its museum to the public on the country’s 245th birthday, leaders of the Arlington Historical Society are now planning to complete a complete renovation and reinvent the facility in time for the country’sRead More →