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Legacy

Ted and Michelle McQuade

The Chagrin Valley Times

Hemlock Landscapes, Inc.

Heritage

Cowan’s Auctions

Hamlet Village

Elizabeth Juliano

Phil Koepf, Architect

Dwight & Mary Milko

Timan Custom Window Treatments, Inc

Polcar, Brahler, Heil, Belden of Wells Fargo Advisors

Curator

AQUA DOC

Scott and Steven Balogh

Tod and Susan White

Jan Evans, Evans Printing

Lowe's TV

Docent

Anonymous

John and Mary Bourisseau

Bill and Gretchen Hamann

Myers Precision Grinding, Inc

Todd & Jodi Lyle

Cliff & Diana Nazelli

John & Margi O’Brien

Carolyn and Herbert Sihler, Jr.

Historian

Door to Door Solutions, etc.

Drs. Esposito, Ostrowski, Whitmyer, L.L.C

Earth and Waterscapes, Inc.

Paddock Group

Ray and Kathy Kolcaba

Michael J. Perry

Look Up as you walk through downtown Chagrin Falls and find signs of Village History

Chagrin Falls Historical Society
87 East Washington Street
Chagrin Falls, OH • 44022
(440) 247-4695 • chaghist@gmail.com

Hours: 2-7 pm Thursdays

11am-3 pm Saturday
-or by appointment-

Organization

Welcome to the Chagrin Falls Historical Society

We are a non-profit (501 c-3) organization of over 300 volunteers, and celebrated our 65th anniversary in 2014. We are located in downtown Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022, at 87 E. Washington St.

 

We work to acquire, collect, preserve and share artifacts from our Village, from its earliest times (it was settled in 1833), including a large photographic collection of early settlers, houses, factories, businesses and community events, parades, and objects owned by early settlers, such as clothing, kitchen tools, household furniture and personal effects. We also have a substantial doll collection left by our first museum curator.

 

We have collected a number of products produced by the Village's mills, foundries and factories that were originally water-powered by the Chagrin River, which attracted the first settlers from mill towns in New England.

 

We also have collections of artworks by two well known primitive artists - Henry Church Jr. and Max Barnard - who lived in the Village most of their lives. Our museum is open to the public on Thursdays from 2 to 7 p.m., Saturdays 11am- 3pm and by special arrangements for out-of-town guests or organizations by contacting  John Bourisseau 440-247-0722 or Pat Zalba 440-247-5209

 

We have archives with records of local organizations and businesses, and our early local weekly newspaper, The Exponent, which was published from 1874 to 1963, along with family records and diaries, and furniture and clothing of early Chagrin Falls families.

 

We publish a monthly newsletter and offer free monthly programs on historical themes, and bus trips to historic places in the Spring and Fall. We have published a number of books on the history of the Village, and of early factories and businesses there. 

 

We encourage you to visit our museum, attend our programs and bus trips, and join the Historical Society if it is of interest to you.

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Chagrin Falls Historical Society
87 East Washington Street - Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
P.O. Box 515
440.247.4695