Exhibits, Publications & 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!
It’s spring and the Wolcott Heritage Center at 1035 River Rd. in Maumee is open and ready for visitors. You don’t want to miss this year’s special exhibit in the Wolcott House “Victoria’s Other Secrets.” This exhibit features “unmentionables” (Victorian Underpinnings), both originals and reproductions. Kathy Dowd, Curator for the Maumee Valley Historical Society is very excited to give visitors a little peek behind the boudoir door. See examples of garments that help answer the age-old question, “What really does lie beneath ALL those layers of ruffles, lace and finery?” Guided tours are available on Saturdays starting at 12:30pm and 2:30pm.
Northwest Ohio History Journal
Northwest Ohio History (formerly the Northwest Ohio Quarterly) is a regional journal of history and culture published biannually by the Maumee Valley Historical Society. Published 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Northwest Ohio History is actively seeking unpublished scholarship addressing Northwest Ohio's political, military, social, economic, cultural and ethnic history and invites articles related to all aspects of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.
Correspondence concerning subscriptions, the purchase of individual volumes, and the availability of past issues should be addressed to:
The Maumee Valley Historical Society
1035 River Rd., Maumee, OH 43537
Correspondence concerning manuscripts and books for review should be addressed to the Editor of the Northwest Ohio Quarterly:
Dr. Larry L. Nelson
Department of History
28 Williams Hall
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
History Department Telephone: 419-372-2030 History Department FAX: 419-372-720