More “Tidbits”!

Our second series of “Tidbits” have now been published – focusing on places just outside of Bexley. See our posting – The Forgotten Parks and Open Spaces – of the East Side – and learn about some curious places that surround our community! Find these items by selecting Articles >

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Historical Tidbits!

We are launching a new series called “Historical Tidbits” These are short articles curious Bexley mysteries. See our first posting – The Forgotten Parks and Open Spaces – of Bexley – and come back as more curiosities and mysteries are discovered and explained! Find these items by selecting Articles >

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Mail Order Houses in Bexley?

Building a custom home is expensive – as much in the early 1900’s as it is now. Learn how companies like Sears, Roebuck & Co pioneered the “home in a kit” concept in 1908 and how that helped make “owning your own home” more affordable in the early decades of

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Bexley Day Celebration at the Bexley Library: Mapping Bexley from Wilderness to Village

We are pleased to announce that the Bexley Historical Society will be participating in the “Bexley Day” celebration at the Bexley Library – Mapping Bexley from Wilderness to Village – on Wednesday, August 10 at 7 pm. Find more information about the event at the Bexley Library website – https://www.bexleylibrary.org/event/6613103

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Bexley Historical Society on the 2022 Bexley House and Garden Tour!

The Bexley Historical Society was proud to be one of the stops on the 2022 Bexley House and Garden Tour. We had 178 people tour the Cottage Museum with many of our Trustees on hand to conduct tours and answer questions. It was a delight to meet so many new

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Thank You for the Support!

A HUGE thank you to everyone who visited the Bexley Historical Society booth, featuring Johnson’s Ice Cream, at the Bexley 4th of July Celebration! It was great to see so many happy faces, answer questions and to serve you ice cream. We look forward to connecting with more of our

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Bexley Responds – COVID-19

Bexley Responds – COVID-19 is an effort to document Bexley, Ohio during this unprecedented time. Bexley Librarian David Distelhorst has been taking photos around town and the Library is inviting Bexley residents, employees, etc. to contribute their photos as well. More information about the Bexley Responds digital archive efforts are

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