Hiram College

The Ohio Association of Historical Societies & Museums and the Hiram Historical Society hosted a gathering of Northeast Ohio history and heritage organizations on Saturday, April 26 at the Hiram College Library.

The theme, “Keeping Ohio’s History Healthy: Caring for and Managing Our Collections” included presentations: “What Does it Take to Run a Healthy and Successful Small Historical Society” by Wendell Lauth, “Pros and Cons of Local History Publications” moderated by Bill Lawson with Hiram English professor Joyce Dyer and Suzie McCabe, and “Bringing Collections Back to Life” with Jessica Trickett, former Hiram College archivist Joanne Sawyer, and current Hiram archivist Jennifer Morrow.

The meeting was one of ten regional society meetings held through out the state in March and April.