Fourth of July 2012

Once again, we sponsored a booth at the festival. Marcelle had put together a nice display of Civil War items from our collection for visitors to view. We had some candy to hand out as well. Information about the years’ Lincoln events was there as well. Dick had planned out a visit to the cemetery..

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Our Collection Grows-Thank you

The Aurora Historical Society extends its appreciation to the following people for recent donations.

Thomas Eakin—Monetary Donation

Diana Kriedman & All Members of the James A. Garfield Order of the Eastern Star
–Eighteen Volumes of the Order..

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Test This

At the Aurora Historical Society Board Meeting last night we discussed communication from the the board to members and from member to member.

One way was thought to be emails. We have a new capacity for you to receive emails from the AHS website. This is the test. When it is implemented you..

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Wedding Attire Exhibit

The Aurora Historical Society is excited to announce its latest exhibition on clothing, entitled Wedding Attire: Gowns & Formal Wear of Yesteryear. ..
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Marcelle visits KSU Museum

My intern Natasha Davis-Harris and I visited the Kent State University Museum, more popularly known as the Fashion Museum.  The trip was designed to show Natasha how other museums store, display, and exhibit their artifacts as well as confirm that we, at the Aurora Historical Society, were properly..

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