The Hamburg Area Historical Society was incorporated August 23, 2001. The purpose of the society is to preserve the historic records of the area encompassing the Hamburg Area School District by collecting historical materials and pertinent artifacts. In March of 2002, the Hamburg Area Historical Society purchased a two-story stone house for use as a museum. The society has been able to trace the house back to 1876, but records show that the home is quite older than that.
Membership to the Society
Membership is open to any United States citizen who is interested in helping to preserve local history along with learning about the lives of local ancestors and how or what they contributed to the growth of our country, state, and nation.
Annual dues are $20.00 per individual or household for the calendar year. A corporate membership is available for $100.00 annually. We also have an annual patron opportunity for $50.00 which includes a business-card-size ad in our newsletter.
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