Stories from Saginaw County's Attic

The exhibition is closed. Please enjoy the information about this past exhibit.

Not all artifacts donated to museums go on display in exhibitions. The Castle Museum of Saginaw County History showcases never-before-seen objects from its collection in the new exhibit, Stories from Saginaw County’s Attic.​

 

Visitors will be able to see items such as: a sleigh made by Johann Friedrich Meyer, a miller and wagon maker who emigrated from the town of Auhausen and settled in Frankenmuth in 1857, objects from the 1884 Saginaw County Courthouse cornerstone and interior fittings from a 1930s beauty salon in Shields.​

 

Stories from Saginaw County’s Attic were on display to the public Feb. 23 through the end of April 2018.

Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit
Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit

Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit
Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit

Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit
Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit

Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit
Stories from Saginaw County's Attic Exhibit

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