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State History Museum project gets enormous boost

The next chapter of our state’s history is being written, and the Wisconsin Historical Society has a rare opportunity to deliver an unforgettable modern history museum to celebrate and honor Wisconsin. Photo courtesy: John Hart The Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison has been working towards building a new $120 million, 100,000 square-foot museum for more […]

Neenah’s historical Hometown exhibit earns award

Posted on Oct 9, 2018, by

If you enjoy seeing stories and images from the past come to life, check out the Neenah Historical Society‘s award-winning exhibit, “Making a Hometown – Life in Neenah’s Progressive Era.” The exhibit has been awarded the Wisconsin Historical Society’s Museum Exhibit Award for 2018, and tells the story of life in Neenah in the early […]

Grant helps tell Neenah-Menasha story

Posted on Jul 25, 2017, by

There will be two opportunities this week to get an advanced look at a Wisconsin Public Television documentary on the complicated history of Neenah and Menasha, produced with support of a Community Foundation grant. The upcoming episode of “Wisconsin Hometown Stories” (which airs July 31) will be screened Wednesday, July 26, at Miron Construction’s Wenzler […]

‘Asylum’ exhibit recognized

Posted on Jun 12, 2017, by

An exhibit presented by the History Museum at the Castle in downtown Appleton that received support from the Community Foundation has been selected for two substantial awards. “Asylum: Out of the Shadows” received the Wisconsin Historical Society’s 2017 Exhibit Award, as well as the 2017 Award of Merit from the Leadership in History Awards Committee […]