The Ironwood Area Historical Society museum, home to the largest artifact collection in Gogebic County is in need of a new roof. Housed in the iconic Chicago & Northwestern Railroad Depot constructed in 1893, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered the “signature building” in Ironwood.
The thirty-year-old roof requires immediate replacement, the eaves and fascia are in need of repairs and the cupola needs to be removed and restored. The total budget for the project is $65,000, with approximately $12,000 currently available in historical society accounts.
History matters because it connects us to our past and reminds us of what made Ironwood a great place to live. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this effort that means so much to our community. Go to GoFundMe to donate today!
Get your copy of the "Find Your North" map. Available at the Depot Museum for a $5 donation.
Also available at dozens of local outlets. Funds from the sale of this map go towards the
Roof Replacement Fund for the historic Ironwood Depot.
The Ironwood Area Historical Society Annual Meeting & Program was held
October 10, 2019 at the Olde Suffolk Ale House. The evening schedule was:
5:00 pm Social Hour
6:00 Spaghetti Dinner
7:00 Annual Meeting
7:30 Guest Speaker - Percy Smith, retired Superintendent of Ironwood Area Schools. Percy spoke about the history of Ironwood schools.