New Membership level with Bexley Historical Portraits of Memories bonus – only through the end of the year!
The Bexley Historical Society is pleased to announce that we have added a new Membership level that comes with a bonus. Our founder, Edie Mae Herrel is publishing a beautiful new coffee table book – Bexley Historical Portraits of Memories. The book include much of Edie Mae’s art depicting memorable
Your Season of Giving starts today! Please join others around Bexley, Columbus and the World in the act of giving back. You will be making a LOCAL impact here in Bexley with your support of the Bexley Historical Society. Click into this post for the Give Now link, or just
The Bexley Historical Society is pleased to have sent out our annual Newsletter to our membership and those who have requested the Bexley Century House sign! The Newsletter also announces the beginning of our 2024 membership drive. Unfortunately, it seems that the return membership envelope may have been separated from
Bexley Public Library and the Bexley Historical Society are honoring Bexley’s homes of 100 years or more with special markers. These markers have been generously funded by the Paige and Mike Crane Fund of the Bexley Community Foundation. If your home was built by 1923 or older, and you would
We want to thank the Bexley Public Library for their friendship and their hard work to make Bexley Day such a success! We also want to thank our Vice President, Larry Helman, for his outstanding presentation of the history and architecture of our incredible community – spanning the past one
On August 27, 2023, we had the honor of spending time with members of the McGuire family. They are descendants of the McGuire’s who lived in the Caretaker’s Cottage (now known as the Bexley Historical Society Cottage Museum) from 1933 until 1959. After leaving Jeffrey Mansion, the remaining McGuire’s then
The Sheila Straub of the Bexley Bloomers works magic on the Historical Society Cottage — Thank you!!
The Bexley Historical Society Board of Trustees would like to send a big Thank You to Sheila Straub, BHS Trustee and of the Bexley Bloomers Club for her efforts in beautifying the landscaping surrounding the Bexley Historical Society Cottage Museum (2080 Clifton Ave). Below are some images of the end
Bexley Day Celebration at the Bexley Library: The History and Evolution of Bexley and It’s Neighborhoods with Larry Helman
We are pleased to announce that the Bexley Historical Society will be participating in the “Bexley Day” celebration at the Bexley Library – Larry Helman, Bexley Historical Society Vice President, will be presenting “The History and Evolution of Bexley and It’s Neighborhoods” – on Thursday, August 10 at 7 pm.
Bexley is an architectural treasure, and its gardens further help beautify Bexley’s many distinctive neighborhoods. On Sunday, June 4th, the annual Bexley Women’s Club House and Garden tour will showcase beautiful homes, exquisite gardens, AND our Bexley Historical Society Cottage – located at 2080 Clifton Road! Originally the Jeffrey Estate
Bexley Historical Society Annual Meeting Members of the Bexley Historical Society are represented by 15 voting trustees who meet monthly to promote interest and pride in the historical development of Bexley and in the accomplishments of its citizenry, assembling and preserving items relevant to the heritage of the Bexley Community.