Edie Mae and Mike Herrel recently moved to a new home which necessitated downsizing. The Bexley Historical Society’s Museum has been enhanced by the Herrels many donations, including the collection of Edie’s Bexley themed art prints.
George Spencer’s children donated memorabilia related to his 29 year career in major/minor league baseball. For more of George Spencer’s story follow this link to our Biographies page: George Spencer
Stop by the Cottage to see our new additions. Museum hours can been found on our Visit page: Visit
Link to a This Week News article on the “Reflections of Bexley” meeting at the Jeffery Mansion in April of 2017.
Here is a link to a brief video interview with Edie Mae Herrel from the local PBS station WOSU.
Bexley resident Edie Mae Herrel creates illustrations historic scenes from Bexley’s past. Her work has included the Adena Native Americans, the first settlers to Bexley, construction of mansions by the Jeffrey and Kilbourne families as well as other scene’s from city’s history.
The plaque, through text and photos, honoring Camp Bushnell has been reviewed by Mayor Ben Kessler, City Council and the Tree Commission. The latter group gave approval to place the marker on the northwest quadrant of Drexel Circle. A formal dedication date has not been determined but is tentatively scheduled to be held in the Spring of 2020.
The weekend of October 12th 2019, the non-profit credits from Microsoft were received and a new subscription created. This allowed a new home for the Bexley Historical Society to be created on Azure. But you know that, because you are here reading this post!
As of November 2nd, 2019, the domain name transfer has completed and the site can be accessed as http://bexleyhistoricalsociety.org !