- Trivia Nite October 19!
- The newest AHS Float honoring the first Fox School classes!
- September Newsletter is now Online!
- Missouri Bicentenial Quilt
- CAR SHOW DATE & LOCATION CHANGED
- Our June News
- March Newsletter now Available!!!
- 1922 New Year’s Day
- New photo added to our website!
- Esther Keller’s Vegetable Market
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So much has happened here at the Arnold Historical Society and Museum this Summer! Check it all out in our latest newsletter! If you missed any of the prior editions, you can find them all at our Newsletters page. by
67,000 stitches needed to create the quilt square for Jefferson County for the Missouri Bicentennial quilt to be traveling the state. The other 113 counties also need to show their completed design by Sept 1. Our own Allen Flamm drew … Continue reading
Our CAR SHOW DATE has been changed from Aug. 10th to Aug. 17th and the location will now be at the Arnold Eagles Club which is located next door to the Arnold Museum. Altho the water is down at the … Continue reading
So much has happened here at the Arnold Historical Society and Museum this Spring. Check it all out in our latest newsletter! If you missed any of the prior editions, you can find them all at our Newsletters page. by
Check out all of the latest happenings at your local Arnold Historical Society and Museum in our March newsletter. by
Charles Croy Nahlik has provided a beautiful photo of more of Arnold’s historic residents. This photo is of Harry Frederitizi (seated) and his second wife, Lulu. Harry was a Justice of the Peace for Arnold, and is Charles’ grandfather. The … Continue reading
David Frederici has provided a new photo to our website, the birth record of Christoper Frederici, grandfather of Louisa Frederici. Christopher brought the family to the US from France in 1833. This is Christopher’s birth record, from 1789, from the … Continue reading
Back in 1985, Esther Keller still had her vegetable market, with produce from their 4 1/2 acre farm. Where did you get your veggies in 1985? by