BROOKVILLE — The Jefferson County Historic Society operates the Jefferson County Historical past Middle (JCHC) on Predominant Avenue in Brookville, a magnet for vacationers and a supply of delight for county residents.
Because the county’s designated historic society, it’s your accountability to keep up and protect the historical past of the county for current and future generations, in accordance with a information launch. JCHC owns and operates the 2 present archive buildings, the Brady-Craig Home and the Margaret Johnson Archives on Jefferson Avenue, the contents of that are owned by the folks of the group and county for analysis and show. Nevertheless, the prevailing archives usually are not simply accessible to guests and would not have area for a customer analysis room.
The Brookville District just lately supplied the Nineteen Fifties “Blews Corridor” positioned at 314 N. Pickering St., by way of a nominal price perpetual lease to JCHS. Blews Corridor adjoins the small church and was used as a bed room and eating room for church actions and receptions. Following renovations to this two-story constructing, they’ll have the ability to consolidate the present archives buildings (2,503 sq. ft) containing over 60,000 gadgets into this new 6,100 sq. foot climate-controlled and safe constructing.