737 Cormier Road
Ashwaubenon, WI 54304



1PM - 4PM, Wed. & Sat.

March - December


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To arrange a tour or for more infomation when the Museum is closed, call President Janet Klipstine at 339-9519 or Treasurer Ray Rottier at 494-7155 or Board Member Mary Selner at 437-3570.


The Ashwaubenon Historical Society is a non-profit organization whose goal is the preservation of Ashwaubenon’s past and present through the collection and interpretation of historical records and artifacts of the area.

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The Ashwaubenon Historical Society Museum collection features a well-known exhibit of tramp and hobo art created and collected by area native, Adolph Vandertie. A video of Vandertie describing his work can be viewed at the Museum. There are also exhibits depicting the history of the Broadway area of Ashwaubenon, the Ashwaubenon schools, and pioneer families and farm life. A rotating military exhibit documents the war experiences of Ashwaubenon veterans.

You are invited to join the Ashwaubenon Historical Society. Click on “Documents-Membership” to see how to join and the many ways in which you can be involved.

What's happening at the Society & Museum

CEMETERY WALK in Ashwaubenon!


Presented by: Ashwaubenon Historical Society and Moravian Cemetery

Moravian Cemetery, Ashwaubenon (Hwy 172 and Babcock Road)  Parking on site.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015

6:00 PM and 7:30 PM  (Reservations required and limited)

To reserve your spot, call the Rottiers at 494-7155 or email

Cost:  $5.00 per person  (payment on site)

This is a one hour guided walking tour that takes place outdoors in the cemetery.

Please dress accordingly.  Lightweight lawn chairs allowed.   

Learn about these early Ashwaubenon residents as they “come alive” to tell their stories.

Vernon C "Hunk" Anderson 1919-1994; wife, Virginia
Ron Reignier -1933-2004; wife, Carol, 1930-1992

Samuel G. Torgenson 1883-1969 WI Capt Co. 340 Infantry; wife Agnes

Howard Smith 1903-1984; wife Joan (June), 1909-1974

Bessie Doxtater 1890-1963; husband Theodore

Nels A Sorenson 1911-1987; wife, Rosella