For one night only Club 86 was transformed into a World War II USO Canteen. Whether inside or outside the classroom over 2500 students were provided with a variety of opportunities to explore Geneva’s stories. With Lochland, we recreated a Geneva Political Equality Club piazza party. This summer we hosted Rose Hill After Hours, a happy hour with an historical twist. More »
Held on the second or third Saturday in December, Wreaths Across America has a rather simple beginning
After two essays about urban renewal, both government and private, it’s time to turn to historic preservation.
The 1960s emphasized youth and openness. It was a time when many rebelled against established ways. This was expressed in clothing, and, since human culture is a melting pot, anti-fashion became fashionable. Here are a few of the trends of the decade.
As part of our music in Geneva exhibit in 2016, the Historical Society is planning a three-day music-themed trip to New York City from April 22 to 24.
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