Welcome to University Place Historical Society!
In the fall of 1999, a small group of local citizens gathered to discuss collecting information about the history of University Place. The University Place Historical Society incorporated shortly after that on January 24, 2000. Since that time members have been active in collecting and preserving the history of University Place.
One of our most recent successes was obtaining a National Historical Registry Designation for the Curran House. While not the oldest house in University Place, it was designed by a nationally recognized architect, Robert Price, and thus worthy of preservation.
Save the dates for upcoming programs and events for 2016!
The next regular meeting of the UP Historical Society is Wednesday, March 9th at 7pm.
The May 9th annual meeting program will be presented by Peter Altmann, who will discuss his mother's attempt to reclaim the family portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer. The movie based on her story is "Woman in Gold."
Unless noted, meetings are held in Suite D-2, the room adjoining the UP Museum, Windmill Village Bldg D, suite D-3 off of Bridgeport Way. This room can be entered either through the Museum or through the doors which open onto the Windmill Village Drexler St. Parking Lot.
Volunteers are always welcome!
Please contact us if you would like to help at:
The UP History Museum is open again on the first Saturday of each month from 10-2. Please note that the museum will be open the following dates: April 2, May 7, June 4 (Duck Daze), July 2, August 6, September 3, October 1, November 5, and December 3.