Flagg Township

Museum

Our Collection

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 every couple of months throughout the year.

"Roads Well Traveled" were featured in 2019.

It was "2020 - A Clear Vision" in 2020.

2021 was all about "Gone but not forgotten"

"There's no place like home" is the museum theme for 2022.

February/March: At Home in the Kitchen, A Woman's Place?

April/May: Away from home

June/July: Coming Home - Class Reunions

August/September: At Home in Rochelle, Historic Homes

October/November: Home - Then & Now

December/January 2023: At Home at the North Pole

Subject to change!

 

If you have a collection or a suggestion for an exhibit, contact the museum. We'd love to hear from you.

2020

2020 - A Clear Vision

2021

Gone but not forgotten

2022

There's no place like home

Flagg Township
Museum



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