Our mission is to promote awareness of the Villages of Howard and Suamico's heritage and aiding in their preservation through identifying, recording, managing and providing access to their information.

© 2015 Howard-Suamico Historical Society



Local vintage photos, drawings, maps, memoirs, military or family photos & artifacts, journals/diaries, artwork, documents & ads, souvenirs, heirlooms, keepsakes, postcards, newspaper articles, books, antiques, etc. Also missing the following years of Bay Port Yearbooks:  '71-'75, '77, '80-'88, '91, '94, '97, 2002.  If you have any items to donate, please contact Barb Styczynski, Mary Steffen (434-2947), or Joy Schabow (434-1331).

Comments or questions? webhelp@hshistoricalsociety.org

The Howard-Suamico Historical Society is a 501C(3) non-profit organization that is an affiliate of the 
Wisconsin Historical Society, Northeastern Region and of the Wisconsin Council of Local History. 
For further information, please contact 
Tim Rasmussen @ 920-434-3514.

Howard-Suamico Historical Society holds 10th Anniversary Memories Show.


Saturday, February 24th, 2018 is the 10th Anniversary of the Howard-Suamico Historical Society Memory Shows.  Please join us at 2pm at the Weyers-Hilliard Library, 2580 Riverview Dr., Howard.   Bring your photos for scanning or come to enjoy the show.  Have a beverage, dessert or maybe win a door prize.   This event is free and open to the public.  

And now on to the 2018 Used Book Sale.  We will continue to accept gently used books at the following places:  Bank Mutual in Howard, Kimp's Hardware, Thornberry Cottage, and Suamico Village Hall.  For special arrangements, please call Tim Rasmussen at 434-3415 and Joy Schabow at 434-1331.

The 2018 calendars are ready and will be available for sale at the meeting.  $5.00 for the first copy if you are a member and if purchased at meeting or at the Museum, $8.00 for non-members and for each subsequent calendar.  A great collection of pictures and interesting historical facts are included on each page .... you won't want to miss it!

History Tour
As part of the History Tour throughout Brown county, the newly renovated barn at Ancestry Acres was open to the public for the first time on Wednesday, May 17,2017.  Approximately 125 people visited and enjoyed a tour of the barn and heard explanations of how the renovation was done, as well as viewing a slide show.  FFA students from Bay Port High School were on hand to explain the future of farming and what new innovations to expect.