Collection Highlights

Museums Aren’t Just For Big Cities

In a well-intended effort to continue to celebrate Bellevue’s heritage, the Bellevue Historical Society is gathering an impressive collection of everyday artifacts which will be showcased in a museum fashion inside our locally restored Tremont House historic landmark.  The museum collections are currently being cataloged utilizing PastPerfect Museum Software archiving miscellaneous items such as old books and articles, signs and maps, period clothing, household products and toys, machinery made in Bellevue, old advertising materials and more!   Our goal is to showcase a large part of what our hometown Bellevue community was built on.


The Historical Society is requesting "Anything Bellevue" that is historical in nature and helps us build our archives about Bellevue History.  If you have items you think might be of interest we would enjoy hearing from you. 
Please be aware that any time we accept a donated item, it is with the understanding that the item is donated unconditionally to the Bellevue Historical Society, which assumes full ownership to do with as best judged by the Society's Board of Directors, without restriction as to how/when the item is displayed, used, sold, disposed of, etc.; that the Society is not obliged to permanently exhibit any item; and that the donor, his/her heirs, family members, or any other party cannot reclaim the item at any time in the future.   
For your convenience, please print this donation form by clicking on this link and complete with your item.  Thank You!


cherry festival collection
local artist george white
horse blanket clip
ohio cultivator sign