You can become a member of the Quincy Historical Society for as little as $10 a year. Just complete and submit our Membership Form (PDF).
- Karen Hargreave, President
- Mike Burke, Vice-President
- Sue Bercaw, Treasurer
- Mike Toivonen, Secretary
- Linda Burke, Trustee
- Teddy Sinclair, Trustee
- Dan Wentworth, Trustee
- Mary Wentworth, Trustee
- Andy VanDoren, Trustee
About the Quincy Historical Society and Museum
The Quincy Historical Museum is located at 10 E. Jefferson Street. Erected in 1874 by a Seventh Day Adventist congregation, the building is the only brick church in the village and is among the oldest structures within the village of Quincy. With the efforts of volunteers from the community and the Quincy Historical Society the building has been restored, the grounds improved, and displays created with the many donated artifacts and memorabilia. The museum can be toured from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on the first Saturday of each month May through October or by appointment by calling Karen Hargreave at 517-639-4595.
The Society holds meetings on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM at the Quincy Village Hall.
Preservation Award Honor Roll
|Joel Sanderson||Sanderson Iron||2018|
|Jim & Karen Daws||Pearl Powers||2017|
|The Avra Family||Algansee Methodist Church||2017|
|Millard E. "Chesty" Blackman||Turn-A-Craft Boat||2016|
|Alice "Micki" Bowerman||58 Berry Street||2015|
|Warren D. Lunn||1860 Button Fire Hose Cart||2014|
|Bruce & Wanda Murdock||41 N. Main Street||2013|
|Quincy United Methodist Church||Stained Glass Windows||2013|
|Kevin, Amy & Anthony Paradine||70 W. Chicago Street||2012|
|Jan Reynolds||5 E. Chicago Street||2012|
|Quincy Township Board||Quincy Library - 11 N. Main St.||2011|
|David & Danise Tuckey||17 Cole Street||2011|
|DeAnne Earl||60 E. Chicago Street||2010|
|Gary & Connie Karney||17 E. Chicago Street||2010|
Commemorate a Brick on Our WalkwayHere's a great gift idea! If you are interested in making a donation for a brick to help create the walkway to the museum garden, please complete and submit our Engraved Brick Order Form (4" x 8") or Engraved Brick Order Form (8" x 8")
Historic Plat MapDid any of your family live in Quincy back in the 1870s? Check out our Historic 1870 Quincy Plat Map (PDF).
"A generation which ignores history has no past and no future"