Our Museum Collections

In addition to the printed material in our archives, we also have three-dimensional artifacts in our collections. Like the materials in our archives, our artifacts have all been donated to us by residents interested in preserving the history of Price Hill and its people. Our collections can be found on both floors of the museum and have been artiscally arranged by subject into museum quality displays by our executive secretary Valda Moore. The collections range from the ordinary to the unique and capture a sense of every day life often missing from history books.  The museum accepts donations of historic that help in meeting our purpose of preserving and promoting Price Hill's cultural heritage. Artifacts in our collections include:

  • An exhibit remembering Larry Schmolt;
  • George Remus' dining room set;
  • A liberty bell replica cast by Verdin Bell;
  • Soda fountain models created by Roy Hotchkiss, along soda fountain implements;
  • Dolls and doll clothes;
  • Baseball memorabilia;
  • Wedding dresses and other women's clothing;
  • Aprons and other kitchen items;
  • Religious artifacts from area churches;
  • Sewing machines and other sewing supplies;
  • Men and women's hats;
  • School desks, uniforms, and supplies.