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The Coleraine Historical Society Inc.
PO BOX 53726
Colerain Twp., OH 45253
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CHS is now part of Butler Rural Electric Cooperative"s "Co-op Connections". Get $5 off first year's membership.
The Museum is located at 4725 Springdale Road,
between Colerain Park and Colerain Elementary.
CURRENT EXHIBIT October through December 2017
Have you ever driven around Colerain Township and wondered: How old is THAT house? Who lived there? What's the family history?
Stop in the CHS Museum and get the answer to your questions with the current exhibit.
Check out the history of Houses in Colerain Township.
CREEDVILLE Post Office was established in 1880, and its first Postmaster was Fridolon Gutzwiller.
Fridolin Gutzwiller and his wife Theresa had 11 children. They lived in a large two-story brick home built in 1850 located at the southern merger of Cheviot and Blue Rock Roads. The Gutzwiller home was used as a hotel, tavern, general; store and post office.
In the late 1930s, the home was replaced by the current retail structure: a bank, a carpet store,
Chili Company and now Mad Mike's Burgers.
Museum is open to the public
the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.
Hours 10:00am to 2:00pm
Free admission to Colerain Township residents.
For appointments to tour the Museum at other times, individuals or groups may call Museum Trustee Sandra Shea at 513-702-5687
In October 2012 the Coleraine Historical Society opened the:
Colerain Historical Society Museum
Exhibits in the Museum rotate quarterly, with such recent displays as Civil War, School Days and the Barns of Colerain Township.
We have books, historical documents, pictures, maps and genealogy information available to the public for research.
We also have back issues of our newsletter, the Pageant, available for review.
On permanent display,we have a scale model of Dunlap’s Station,
built by member Bob Muehlenhard.