“Most people don’t think their stories are important, but someday we’re all going to look
back on this, and it will be interesting to read people’s accounts.”
Tiffany Rubin, President
Oakwood Historical Society
Document History As It Happens
We are collectively experiencing an unprecedented time in history, and the Oakwood Historical Society wants to capture your stories
about how it changed your life. We want your writings, drawings, photographs, videos, and more…whatever you want to send us. We have
become a new chapter in Oakwood’s rich history. Share your stories, and the Society will preserve them. Act now. Make history with us.
Support Oakwood Students Capturing COVID-19 History
Your stories are worth preserving. The Society will need help archiving at the very time college students
will be looking for summer employment in a depressed economy. Contributing to this fund enables the Society
to provide employment opportunities for students to work on the project under the supervision of the Oakwood
Historical Society to archive what we are all experiencing.
Every $1500 funds six weeks of part-time work for one student. No amount contributed is too small, and
donations are fully tax-deductible. Every dollar donated provides meaningful work opportunities and
helps preserve Oakwood history.
Click below to contribute through the Dayton Foundation link, or send a check to the Oakwood Historical Society
at 1947 Far Hills Ave, Oakwood Ohio 45419.
Healdsburg CA Historian Describes Public Health Response to 1918 Influenza
Jon B Eisenberg, Vice President of the Healdsburg Historical Society, recounts how public health officials
in the small community of Healdsburg, California responded to the 1918 influenza. Discover how much has changed over a century of history.