Do you know any of the people in this photo? We think the first three people from left to right might be: Marjorie Miller, Doris Baker, and J.T. Young.
If you can identify anyone above,
Check our Calendar
For all scheduled events, please visit our Website Calendar as it will have the most current information. It will also list some events sponsored by other historical societies within Highland County.
Let us Host your Meeting
Consider having your meeting or class reunion at the Grain and Hay building. Contact us for details and costs.
Home of the ONLY African-American Automobile Manufacturer in America!
The Historical Society of Greenfield Ohio, formed in 1949, is non-profit and exists to further historical preservation and education in Greenfield, Ohio, and the surrounding area. To this end it shall own and maintain all Greenfield Historical Society’s properties for collecting, preserving and interpreting archival materials and artifacts indigenous to the Greenfield area; encourage historical research; sponsor programs, displays and special events; be concerned with the preservation of historical buildings and cooperate with other organizations interested in historic preservation.
Officers and Board of Trustees
Wendy Royse, President
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees normally meets the first Thursday of each month at Travellers Rest (see Calendar for times). The meeting is open to the public.
Travellers Rest is open on Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment. During the months of December, January, and February, Travellers Rest will NOT be open Thursday afternoons, unless special arrangements are made. Normal Thursday hours will resume beginning in March. In addition, we will not be open on Thanksgiving.
We will be closed until at least July 2, at which time we will assess our fall events. This includes no building rentals.