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You are invited to A Treemendous Celebration
Open This Saturday 10:00am to 8:00pm
as part of Main Street Memories

Free and Open to the Public
Dozens of Decorated Trees and Wreaths, Toys and Fun

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What’s Next

History on the Move

Wednesday, December 7, 2022
2:00pm
Generations

H. C. Prange Department Store
A Sheboygan Tradition

(Note: Change of Topic)

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Second Saturdays

Saturday, December 10, 2022
9:30am
Plymouth Arts Center
Scott Spoolman and 
Wisconsin State Parks and Wisconsin Waterways

What’s New

A Treemendous Celebration


Friday, November 25
through Friday, December 30
(Tuesday through Saturday)
(Closed Christmas Eve)
4:00pm to 9:00pm

Trees decorated by local
businesses and organizations.

Northern Lights Singers
Friday, December 11
7:00pm to 8:00pm
No Charge

Fun for Kids
5:00pm to 8:00pm
No Charge

In the News

A Treemendous Celebration 

Lorrie Wilson, one of SCHRC’s Treemendous Elves ready for visitors.

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William Cole’s place setting in the stunning dining room all decorated for Christmas.

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Weather Alerts and
Cancellations

It’s that time of the year again. Always make schrc.org and SCHRC’s Facebook page your go-to sites for SCHRC information. Both sites are always up to date.  Remember, if Sheboygan County is under a Winter Storm Warning, SCHRC will be closed.

A Hidden Gem

The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center is a hidden gem saving resources that would have otherwise been lost. A collaborative effort lasting nearly forty years, the Research Center works with everyone to collect and share information.

Marge Jagler
Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Research Success Stories

Regarding the Guyette family – “I found your help invaluable in finding so much information. Your help, kindness & dedication made me feel welcome in your center. You all went out of your way to answer my questions & were so willing to find old family photos & records, as well as make copies. Thank you so much!”

Marti Grubenhoff
Denver, Colorado

“Thank you very much for your assistance and encouragement last month during my visit to Sheboygan Falls. I was trying to identify any connection to my ancestor, James D. Bemis of Canandaigua, NY, to the Wisconsin Bemis family and if there is any connection to Rochester, NY. Thanks to your help…I now have a better insight into those questions…Thanks again for your assistance and encouragement!”

Bill Closs
Brooklyn, New York

Many thanks for the amazing response to my request for information about Edward F. Zinns and his Milwaukee Graphite Company. For a quarter-century I was Head of Reference at the State Archives of Michigan, so I know good public service when I see it. Thanks for monitoring your business email after-hours. Given the caliber of the service you provide, I am not surprised. Your outstanding work on my behalf needs to be rewarded, and I would like to show my gratitude with a donation to your institution.

Le Roy G. Barnett, PhD
Contributing Editor
MICHIGAN HISTORY Magazine
Historical Society of Michigan

Our Collections

The collection at the Historical Research Center contains more than 1,000,000 documents and more than 500,000 images.

The collection is comprised of things like scrapbooks, research books on genealogical topics and history, school yearbooks, State of Wisconsin blue books, church histories and anniversary books, tax records, diaries and biographies, local history books written by local authors about many of Sheboygan County’s villages, Garton Toy catalogs, Phoenix Chair and other furniture company catalogs and Sheboygan Press newspapers.

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