“discover Sandusky’s past!”
Four floors featuring the history of Sandusky, Erie County, and Johnsonís Island; Victorian clothing and toys; Civil War artifacts; photographs and artifacts from local buThe Follett House Museum is home to an outstanding local history collection, documenting the history of the city of Sandusky and Erie County. The mission of this branch of the Library is to collect, preserve, and share with citizens, scholars, and researchers the special collection of artifacts for the interpretation of the history of the city of Sandusky and Erie County from its earliest times to the present. The house, built in the Greek Revival Style, features a widow's walk, where visitors may enjoy a panoramic view of Sandusky with Cedar Point and Johnson's Island in the distance.From its humble beginnings in 1902 in the Sandusky Library’s Local History Room to its present location in the former home of Oran Follett, the Museum has grown into a fine collection thanks to generous donors who seek to preserve local history.sinesses and industries; and a collection of WWI and II military uniforms and posters.
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Follett House Museum
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