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Ashland Historical Society Museum [WI]

The Ashland Historical Society Museum presents a glimpse into the past of Ashland, WI. Exhibits on display address the Ashland Hotel, Boy and Girl Scouts, souvenir dishes, gas stations, historical and modern images of Downtown, Oredocks, and local schools.

The museum offers exhibits, archive access, and research services. A fee is charged for research conducted upon request. Individuals conducting private research must match their personal research time with research for the society. The website offers short articles on a variety of local history aspects and historical photographs.