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Adams County Historical Society and McGowan House [WI]

The Adams Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Adams County, WI, and its people. The society's major property is the 1889 McGowan House, which serves as the society headquarters, archive, and a historic house museum. The residence is furnished in Victorian style, and depicts the daily life of Doctor Washington Emmet McGowan and his family.

The society offers period rooms, archive access, and research assistance.