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Preserving Sheboygan County

The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center (SCHRC), located in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, specializes in the preservation and storage of written records of all of Sheboygan County and the surrounding area.


500,000 images,1,000,000 documents
​Where Local History Is All About You




 


Summer is near, and road construction has begun.  Check out this roller of the 1920s. It was used to compact soil, gravel, concrete, or asphalt in the construction of roads.

​​ Celebrating 50 Years of Friendship is a chronological account of the sister city relationship between Sheboygan, a city in the state of Wisconsin, and Esslingen am Neckar of Germany. These articles span the years 1967 to 2017. The stories are told by actual headlines, story excerpts, photographs, and informational pieces.







Hours

Monday - Closed

Tuesday  - Friday - 9:00 - 4:00pm

Saturday - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Sunday  - Closed



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​BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017  --  Water and Adams Streets will be under construction for much of the summer. SEWER AND ROAD WORK!!


Parking will be limited to OUR lot behind the Research Center. There will be no access from Adams Street. You must enter and exit from Monroe Street.

Sheboygan County Historical Research Center

518 Water Street
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085


This 12 x 18 foot mural, found in the new Sheboygan County Courthouse, was painted by a Professor G. Nordinger of Chicago in 1933. It depicts a fur trader, Jacques Vieux, exchanging cloth, hardware and trinkets with an Indian chief. The scene was the trading post of William Farnsworth once located near the old Ashby Bridge near today’s Esslingen Park. Nordinger once served as a portrait painter in the Court of Luxemburg and was a member of the Art Academy of Munich and the Ecole des Beaux Arts of Paris.​​​ After traveling around the county, it found a permanent home in 1986. Read the full story here.  

 

Old cedar blocks used in paving Sheboygan city streets, circa 1910s.

Closures

Closed Saturday, July 1, 2017 through Tuesday, July 4, 2017 for Independence Day.