CGAHS, a group of dedicated volunteers who collect, preserve and share
information about the history of the town and village of Cottage Grove through
real objects, photographs, and paper and digital records of land abstracts,
records, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, obituaries, etc. What do
you have to share with us?
The society's history room
contains archives and a study area located in the lower level of Flynn
Hall, at 116 W. Reynolds Street, Cottage Grove. The history room is open during
meetings, the Lions Club Hog Day Breakfast and occasionally when other events
are being held in the building. It is also open by
Meetings are at Flynn Hall. Times are located under Calendar
of Events. One-year membership: $12 single/$20 family.
For more information, contact:
Phillips (608)-839-4447 or email@example.com
Archives and Researcher: Sara Steele (608) 839-4624 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture Archives: Dennis Bork (608) 839-5578 or email@example.com
Curator: Deanna Wollin (608) 839-4470 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter editor: Nedeen Strand (608) 222-4946 or email@example.com
CGAHS has almost 6,000 photographs of Cottage Grove
people, places and events in its photograph collection. We are combining
some of them with text and sharing them in print. Copies of the reports
have been placed in Monona Grove School IMCs; Monona, Pinney (Madison), and Sun
Prairie Libraries; the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Dane County Historical
Society Archives. Copies may be purchased at the Cottage Grove Town Hall
(mornings M-F), Gaston Gallery and School Grounds Cafe, or by contacting
Terry Strand at (608-222-4946) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
here for a current list of reports available.