Louisville-Nimishillen
Historical Society
Founded May 1 2010

The Museum Displays
will be open Saturday and Sunday
April 11th and 12th
 from 1:00-4:00pm.
Come in and see our special displays.


Friends of the Library Book Sale
Saturday and Sunday
   April 11th and 12th
 from 1:00-4:00pm.
(at LNHS Museum)

Click HERE for Louisville Public Library
  Web Site

The Museum is Located in the old
Louisville Post Office,
 504 East Main Street, Louisville, Ohio


Hope to See You There!
Thank You For Your Continued Support

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Fifth Annual Dinner and Social Event
Tuesday May 5th 2015
At Brookside Farms (MAP)
5:30 pm
More Info HERE

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Changing America

Pictures HERE
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Art and History Gallery
(AH Gallery)

Is Now Open!
Located at 120 East Main Street in Downtown Louisville
Open Weekly Thursday thru Saturday 1:00 to 6:00 pm
Open to the Public, FREE!
MAP

This Months Theme: Sense of Place
Featuring Photos by: Mark Pittoco

Pro Football Hall of Fame
50th anniversary Murals by: Robb Quicci

Scenic Watercolors of Louisville's
 Blanche Goebel

Historical Items on Loan from:
Lorene Klingaman,
who along with her father owned TK Industries,
and Photos highlighting the Keim Family's significance to the downtown
 Louisville business district
Will also be on display
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Check us out on Facebook! Here

   The Louisville-Nimishillen Historical Society (LNHS) was founded May 1, 2010 and is one of the youngest historical societies in Stark County. Our mission is to collect, preserve and share the history and heritage of Nimishillen Township and Louisville Ohio, and to educate and inform the area residents those others who have an interest. The Society strives to collect and protect written and published materials, photographs and any other media, be it audio or video, that is of historical or cultural value or significance, past and present.

    Our current collection mainly consists of photographs and images and some published materials, along with some three-dimensional objects we have been able to collect during our relative short existence.

   The Society presents educational programs of interest to its membership with an open invitation for everyone to attend these free events.


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April Program

Inverted Intersections
A 1956 Perspective of Canton Ohio

Stories of people and places of Canton using 1956 photos of 75 intersections
In Canton as the idea behind this historical research.

Presented by: Mark Holland

Tuesday April 14th, 2015 at 7pm


 First Assembly of God Church
1921 West Main Street, Louisville, OH

MAP

This is a FREE Program
 Public Welcome
Bring Your Friends!

 
Refreshments Provided