In late April, this author met with Phyllis [Sheetz] Borkholder, who offered a large number of digital photos and some physical photos for our collection. These included a family scrapbook and four family photo collections that include Sheetz, Berger, and… Continue Reading →
In one photo of the old agricultural fair’s harness racing event, you can see the judges’ stand draped with an advertisement for the Bremen Opera House production The Silent Witness, by Forbes Heermans (apparently attributed to Horace C Dale by… Continue Reading →
A photo from the Bremen Enquirer collection. You can see others from the 1970s and ’80s in the Flickr album.
The Bremen History Center is closed today due to weather. We expect to be open next Tuesday, Feb 5, as the weather improves.
Historic Bremen board member and woodworking, botany, and photography enthusiast Keith Board has passed away. We offer our heartfelt condolences to his wife Patty and son Brandon and other family and friends. Keith had a passion for architecture and history… Continue Reading →