Gone but not Forgotten: How to be Unforgettable

Gone but not Forgotten: How to be Unforgettable

By Robyn Weishar The Museum’s temporary exhibit, Forgotten: People & Portraits of the County, explores unidentified images of the people and places of Huron County taken by local photographers. On until Sept. 4, 2022, the photographs featured in the exhibit...
Celebrating Archives Awareness Week

Celebrating Archives Awareness Week

The Huron County Museum & Historic Gaol joins archives from across the province to celebrate Archives Awareness Week in Ontario, April 4-8. Celebrated each year during the first week of April, this week provides the opportunity to highlight the importance of...
Forgotten Faces of Huron Remembered

Forgotten Faces of Huron Remembered

The Huron County Museum’s temporary exhibit Forgotten: People and Portraits of the County  features unidentified portraits captured by Huron County photographers. In addition to the onsite exhibit, photos are shared in an online exhibit and Facebook group in...
Selling Yesterday’s News: The Anatomy of Historical Newspapers

Selling Yesterday’s News: The Anatomy of Historical Newspapers

Kyle Pritchard, Special Project Coordinator for Huron’s digitized newspaper project, examines the types of content newspapers produced and how it changed over time to reflect the needs and demands of a growing community. You can search the newspapers yourself for free...
Love and War – Military Weddings

Love and War – Military Weddings

Livia Picado Swan, Huron County Archives assistant, is working on the Henderson Collection this summer and highlighting some of the stories and images from the collection. In keeping with our August theme of making lemonade from lemons, we take a look at some of the...