Exhibits & Collections
The Maumee Valley Historical Society collects in areas relating the history and culture of the Maumee Valley. Explore the history of the Maumee Valley with us!
- From "Over Here to Over There"
In commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of America's involvement in The Great War (WW1) and the 50th anniversary of US involvement in the Vietnam war, the Wolcott Complex will be featuring multiple events and exhibits in remembrance. The exhibit will feature displays throughout the entire Wolcott house and a period-accurate War Garden planted on the grounds.
The first phase of this exhibit opens April 1st in the Wolcott house.
The second phase takes place on Saturday of Memorial weekend (May 27th). The day will include Vietnam era Living History Interpreters. A rare glimpse into local involvement, the Maumee Memorabilia Museum will be showing items and mementos from local veterans in the Monclova church.
- Doll Collection
- Historic Clothing Collection
- Northwest Ohio History
Northwest Ohio History (formerly the Northwest Ohio Quarterly) is a regional journal of history and culture published by the Maumee Valley Historical Society. Published continuously since 1929, the journal features scholarly essays, book reviews, and edited primary documents relating to the Maumee Valley, Northwest Ohio, the Western Basin of Lake Erie, and surrounding regions. Northwest Ohio History is actively seeking unpublished scholarship addressing Northwest Ohio's political, military, social, economic, cultural and ethnic history and invites articles related to all aspects of Northwest Ohio's heritage and culture. More information can be found here.