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Oakwood Historical Society
1947 Far Hills Avenue
Dayton, OH 45419
(937) 299-3793
info@oakwoodhistory.org

Please note that our office is not staffed. Volunteers check the answering machine and email account on a regular basis.

Our History

The Oakwood Historical Society was established in 1974 to serve those who have an interest in the study and sharing of Oakwood's heritage. The mission of the Oakwood Historical Society is to research, preserve, publish, and promote interest in the history of the City of Oakwood, including government, schools, public enterprises, citizens, architecture, and buildings. To promote a link to the past, the Oakwood Historical Society features programs and events throughout the year.

Since 1985 the home of the Oakwood Historical Society is the Long-Romspert Homestead situated on two acres of land at 1947 Far Hills Avenue in the heart of Oakwood. The Long-Romspert house is one of the earliest homes still existing in Oakwood. It is the oldest house to have been built and continuously occupied by one family. The primary house represents two distinctive styles of architecture, mid 19th century Victorian Italianate farmhouse and early 20th century suburban. The Homestead was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1987.

Learn more about the Homestead, its renovation, and the events we hold in this beautiful home.



Our Board

2016 Officers and Board Members
President: Carol Holm
Vice President: Leigh Turben
Secretary Pro Tem: Leanne Delange
Treasurer: Brian Mettling
Business Manager: Linda Pearson

Directors
Tiffany Rubin
Melissa Dalton
Donna Cooper
Phyllis Miller
Mark Risley

Consultants
Alex Heckman
Lisa Kell
Zach Kell
Barb Miller
Joan Milligan
Steve Wolcott



©2014 Oakwood Historical Society
1947 Far Hills Avenue | Oakwood, OH | 45419
(937) 299-3796
info@oakwoodhistory.org