New Bremen Historic Association

120 North Main St. - P.O. Box 73

New Bremen, Ohio 45869-0073

[Founded in 1973]

 

 

 

Meetings of the N.B.H.A. are held

the first Tuesday of each month

at the Lockkeeper’s House

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THE TOWPATH”  

is the New Bremen Historic Association’s

quarterly newsletter, a benefit of N.B.H.A. membership. 

 

Membership: $25.00/yr. - or $250.00/Lifetime

 

(We’re across from the Post Office)

VISITING HOURS: 2:00 - 4:00 P.M. Sundays

June - July - August [or by appointment]

 

 

Click here for SITE MAP

 

 

CONTACT LIST: NBHA Officers/Contact People

Links to Other Organizations, etc.

 

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION (2014)

 

MUSEUM HISTORY / RENOVATIONS

 

“THE TOWPATH”

TOWPATH ARCHIVES: Oct.’87-Jan.’96

INDEX OF ARCHIVES (.pdf)

 

MUSEUM STORE

 

GENEALOGY

 

CANAL

 

CHURCHES (St. Paul Church)

 

SCHOOLS (NBHS Graduates)

 

NEW BREMEN’S CENTENNIAL - 1933

 

175-YEAR ANNIVERSARY - 2008

 

AUGLAIZE COUNTY

 

CIVIL WAR STORIES

 

Mexican & Spanish-American Wars

 

HISTORICAL ARTICLES

“The Great Black Swamp”

“Cholera and Amsterdam”

“The Bloody Barn Battle of 1879”

New Bremen Furniture / Monty McDermitt

Lehmkuhl Hotel

August Dierker, Tinsmith

N.B. Cement Products Co.

The Interurban

New Bremen’s Filling Stations (.pdf)

 

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES

“Our Home Town” (1935 poem)

Growing Up In New Bremen

Old Sayings

Grandma’s Apron

“The Flour Sack” (poem)

Passing Newspapers in N.B.

Otto Mesloh, Sousa Cornetist

Henry Schwers Spits Bullet

 

INTERVIEWS / ORAL HISTORIES

 

STREET TOURS

 

 

 

 

Visit the Museum on Sunday afternoons this summer!

2-4 pm

 

 

Standing: Larry Dicke, President of NBHA; Delores Stienecker, NB Village Council & Curator for NBHA Museum; Wayne York, Village Administrator; Brad Garmann, Garmann/Miller & Associates (Principal Architect); John Rausch, Garmann/Miller & Associates (Project Manager); Ben Baumer, Baumer Construction (General Contractor); Todd Weigandt, Area Energy & Electric (Mechanical Contractor); Mayor Jeff Pape.

Kneeling: Neal Brady, MECCA; Jim Coon, Chamber of Commerce Director.