The Pony Wagon Town, St. Paris, has a rich history, much of which is preserved by the Champaign County Historical Society. Are your parents or grandparents in these photos? Help us identify them in the comments below! Or visit us and see the photos in person at the Museum, 809 East Lawn Avenue, Urbana.
Circa 1900 photo (#1767) of Terre Haute School (DIST 10 – Sec 19), Mad River Township, Champaign Co., Ohio. - School located between Storms Creed and Storms Creek Road, about 3/8 mile East of State Route 55. A.B. Graham taught at the school 1896-1900 (room at left). Building burned in 1902 and rebuilt in the same year. Totally new building was erected in 1915. High school transferred to Westville in 1944 and the remaining grades transferred to Graham School district in 1963. Early Schools of Champaign County, Ohio 1997 Champaign County Genealogical Society
The Champaign County Historical Society is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization that preserves, protects, archives and displays the artifacts that tell Champaign County’s History. The Society operates on donations and dues and has a free public museum of history at East Lawn Avenue in Urbana.
Looking Back at Champaign County
The Champaign County Historical Society strives to highlight historical people, places and events throughout Champaign County. If you have photos of historical significance that you believe would be of interest to Champaign Countians, please Contact Us.