In support of the mission of the Flagg Township Historical Society and Museum - to stimulate interest in Flagg Township history through education, research, collection and preservation of information for the benefit of the public of today and in the future - the Flagg Township Museum’s collection is comprised of artifacts, documents, and photos that are part of the rich history of Rochelle and Flagg Township.
The Flagg Township Museum's archives is dedicated to acquiring and preserving historic records. The Archives is used for research, educational purposes, and exhibition.
The museum recognizes that its collections are held in the public trust.
Our Cabinet of Curiosities
Exhibits in our Cabinet of Curiosities change throughout the year.
In 2018 the exhibits highlighted "200 Years Tell A Story" celebrating llinois' 200th Birthday on December 3.
"Roads Well Traveled" were featured in 2019.
It was "2020 - A Clear Vision" last year.
This year we're all about "Gone but not forgotten"
The museum will feature "Miss Rochelle" later in the summer and is looking for artifacts or information about this topic. We are able to scan photos and documents for our use and return original documents to the lender.
If you have a collection or a suggestion for an exhibit, contact the museum. We'd love to hear from you.