Our History

In 1962 a group of Mt. Healthy residents raised funds to save the Free Meeting House. The building was moved from the northeast corner of Compton and Perry Streets to its currnet location on McMakin and restored in 1964. At that time the group decided to create a museum in the building, and the Mt. Healthy Historical Society was born.

The Free Meeting House being moved to its location as the Mt. Healthy Historical Society Museum, mid-1960s

Our Mission

To preserve the history of Mt. Healthy, to provide research and educational services, and to be a living historical resource for our community and its residents.

Our Officers

  • President: Penny Huber
  • Vice-President: Joan Knox
  • Treasurer: Dottie Betsch
  • Recording Secretary: Julie Turner
  • Corresponding Secretary: Laurel Hinkle
  • Trustees: Dave Huser, Ken Scheffel, and Jay Klenk

Adding to our collection

Do you have items that you would like to donate to our collection? Read our Collections Policy, and contact us.