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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
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The Museum is located at 4725 Springdale Road,
between Colerain Park and Colerain Elementary.
CHS Museum-Yard Sale
held on June 10th made
Thanks to all the volunteers:
Debbie Behrle, JoAnn & Ron Bertram, Mary Burdette, Ann Dugan, Gary & Chris Henson, Debby Scheid
Special Thanks to BETTY SANDOZ for Chick-fil-A lunch
Special Thanks to MARLYN FORD for donation of boxes and boxes of AVON items
We are seeking Volunteers to take Documents and Pictures home
to SCAN & LABEL.
CHS has thousands of items that are not digitized.
If you would be willing to take a box or two home to scan, we will provide flashdrive. Contact CHRIS HENSON.
Colerain Township Items
The Purpose of the Coleraine Historical Society is to acquire and preserve the historical knowledge and materials of Colerain Township, Ohio.
Recently CHS Members spent time purging items from our storage areas…what we realized is that we had many
“Old” items; but what we really need to concentrate on preserving are: “Old COLERAIN TOWNSHIP items”.
Have you cleaned your attic or storage area recently?
Have you helped a family member downsize their home?
The Coleraine Historical Society is seeking items, trinkets, signs, furniture, pictures, documents, etc. that tell the history of Colerain Township.
If you have anything you would like to donate to our Museum, please email us at email@example.com
As we expand our collection,
we will post the years we are missing on website.
If you have a yearbook you would like to donate to our Museum,
please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In October 2012 the Coleraine Historical Society opened the:
Coleraine 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We have books, historical documents, pictures, maps and genealogy information available to the public for research.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,at the Colerain Township Administration Building
we have a scale model of Dunlap’s Station,
built by member Bob Muehlenhard.