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.

Have some old photos to share?

We love to add photographs of our military residents to our "Honor & Remember Wall" and are also looking for various military items to display at the HSHS Musuem located at 605 Maywood Ave, Howard, WI. Drop them off and we will scan them and return them.
We are currently collecting gently used books for the 2017 used book sale which will be held Thursday, August 10, 2017 at Lifebridge Church on Glendale Avenue in Howard.  Books can be dropped off at Kimp's Hardware, Thornberry Cottage, or the Suamico Village Hall on Velp Avenue.  Or call Tim at 434-3514 or Joy at 434-1331 to make alternative arrangements.

A History Treasure Tour is a date set aside for Brown county residents to tour many historical sites and museums and it is all FREE.  This years tour is on Wednesday, May 17th from 4-8pm.  The Howard-Suamico Historical Society will be showcasing the renovation of the barn at Ancestry Acres, located at 12787 Velp Avenue just North of the Suamico Village Hall.  You have seen the work going on, now see what was done.  Members of the Society will discuss the restoration work and tell how it was accomplished.  Talk to a farmer who farmed years ago when farms were plentiful in the area.  Also talk to FFA students from Bayport High School and see how things are different today.  Have a snack and reminisce.  The tour is open to the public and for all ages, so bring the children and grandchildren too.  This is the first event to be held at that location.

Other locations to tour include the National Railroad Museum, Heritage Hill, Hazelwood, The Masonic Lodge, The Automobile Gallery, Neville Public Museum and the Oneida Nation Museum, among others.  Brochures and maps are available at each location showing all the participants.  Parking at ancestry Acres will be on the farm grounds or next door at the Suamico village Hall.

Howard-Suamico Historical Society Calendars

The 2017 calendars are now available for sale. They sell for $8.00.  They are available at:  Museum on Maywood, Bank Mutual, Piggly Wiggly, Thornberry Cottage, and the Howard and Suamico Village Halls.