The Mary Jackson Teas Cookbook is available at the Museum and a new set of update pages will be available at the Spring Tea, which is planned for April 26. To read more about the tea click here.
It’s not quite that easy, but if you push the button you’ll end up on a page that will help you help the Milford Historical Society
Member Contributed Content -
Discover your family's story.
Start with your name.
One of the earliest newspapers in the State of Michigan, the Milford Times was the premiere newspaper in the Huron Valley area. The newspaper is still in publication and has always included news from Milford, Michigan, and many of the surrounding communities, including Highland Township, Commerce Townhip, White Lake Township, Hartland, Hickory Ridge, Wixom, Clyde, Walled Lake, Novi, and New Hudson. Now the obituaries from 1929 through 1949 have been indexed and made available online. The index is available at .
Back issues of the Milford Times, from 1871 to 1931 from our microfilm archives are
now available for viewing at the Clarke History Museum site. The URL for the portal
site with all of the papers is -
Page down to Oakland County to find the Milford Times copies.
The Milford Historical Society now offers help with Genealogy research. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with our researchers.
An enjoyable video history of Milford, Michigan from YouTube
Thank you to our Home Tour Sponsors for 2015
A special thanks to the sponsors that helped make our 2015 Home Tour a great success
The Village Bar and Kitchen stepped up to be our Presenting Sponsor this year and
we thanks them for their support. The Milford Times continued to support us at the
Platinum level and Veterinary Care Specialists/VCS Pets First also stepped up to
the platinum level. At the Gold level of sponsorship was returning sponsor the Milford
DDA and new Gold level sponsors Medilodge of Milford and Huron Valley Guns. At the
Silver level we had two new sponsors -
We encourage our membership to patronize these business and support them as they have supported us.
The Museum Turns 40!
Get your slot in this year’s parade
Historic Pictures Available for Sale -
We have undertaken a fund-
Pictures suitable for framing will be for sale in the Museum. Call the Museum at
Photos@milfordhistory.org for more information. Sizes available are 10”, 14”, 20” and 24”, where that is the longest dimension of the print; with prices ranging from $30 to $120.
Click on the picture to go to the Facebook group that is trying to raise funds to save ands move the historic Milford Railroad Depot. The Depot is scheduled for demolition in July to make way for anew luxury apartment complex of the old Iverson’s Lumber site.
The Milford Historical Museum will be 40 years old this year. If you haven’t been
tot eh Museum lately, or maybe ever, plan on visiting this summer. The Museum opens
on May 14 with a celebration featuring refreshments and entertainment. The Museum
will be open on Saturday’s and Sunday’s this season from 1 -
There is a new display provided by the Huron Valley Numismatic Club that features merchant tokens that were used by local merchants as business promotions in the late 1800’s and early 20th Century.
Bring the whole family to the Museum and let them see what life was like in Milford
in the pioneer days and in the late 19th Century. Items on sale at the Museum include
the locally written book of Milford’s history -
Moments in Time -
Gone With The Wind. If you love Scarlett and Rhett. Don't Miss this one, which will be held at Milford Library Thursday May 19th, at 6:30.. Click here to see details