Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society

A Tax Exempt 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization Since 1988

216 Green Bay Road, Ste 102  Thiensville, WI  53092

Tele:  262-242-3107     Email: 

MTHS Thanks our July 30th 

Event Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor:  Fromm Family Pet Foods

Founding Sponsors:   Merrill Lynch

              Sommer's Automotive

              Former Mayor Connie Pukaite

               Charter Manufacturing

               Gordie Boucher Village Ford

Pioneer Sponsors:    the cheel, MT Optimist Club, Rockwell Automation and TM Rotary Club

Settler Sponsors:   Shaffer Development, Newcastle Place,

Mequon Woman's Club, Port Washington State Bank,

Lakeside Development and Dough Hansen Insurance

MTHS Calendars Available

MTHS Grateful to Community

Isham Day House plans praised by Mequon aldermen
By Gary Achterberg   12/22/16
News Graphic Staff

MEQUON — A proposal to convert the historic Isham Day House into a postal museum got an enthusiastic endorsement Dec. 13 from the Mequon Common Council.

Sam Cutler, a longtime area resident, has proposed improving and remodeling the building across from Mequon City Hall to reflect one of its earliest uses as a regional post office.

He wants to transform part of the building into an old-time post office with historical displays. The remainder of the building would become a postage stamp gallery, housing Cutler’s extensive collection and other items donated to the Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society...   READ MORE HERE

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In the News

By Bob Blazich, President of the Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society.

News Graphic,  9/28/16

The Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society (MTHS) has enriched the local community for nearly 30 years. Originally founded as the Mequon Historical Society and built around the personal collection of Don and Bev Silldorff, the village of Thiensville was added to the name and focus of the organization in 2012. Since its inception, the mission of the society has been to gather, preserve and share the documents, genealogies, photographs and maps of the former town of Mequon and the two communities that formed from the original town.  READ  MORE HERE

THIENSVILLE — The Mequon-Thiensville Historical Society’s 2017 calendar is now available.

News Graphic Staff  12/15/16

The calendar, which includes historic photographs, is available at Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson, 139 N. Main St. and Thiensville Village Hall, 250 Elm St. They may be obtained at the Historical Society’s office, 216 Green Bay Road; call 262- 242-4653 for hours.

Anyone who takes out a membership for themselves or as a gift will receive a complimentary copy of the calendar; annual taxdeductible memberships begin at $15.

The calendar was produced by Jenny Hamm and Bev Silldorff, members of the MTHS Board. Calendars are made available through a sponsorship from Suburban-Motors Harley-Davidson.