New Holstein Historical Society | New Holstein, Wisconsin - Calumet County
EVENTS
• Events
• Timm House Christmas
• Special Events
• Night on the Town
• Brat Fry
• Awards Dinner and Program
• Antique Appraisal Day
• Annual meeting
ABOUT US
• ABOUT US
• Contacts
• Mission
• Organization
• Services
• Membership
• Committees
GENEALOGY
• Genealogy
• Genealogy links
HISTORY
• HISTORY
• Submit Historic Photo or Information
• Origins of New Holstein
• New Holstein by the Years
• Historical inquiry
PIONEER CORNER
• PIONEER CORNER
• Current Exhibits
• Hours of operation
• Pioneer Corner photo gallery
• Location/directions
TIMM HOUSE
• TIMM HOUSE
• Timm House gallery
• Location/directions
• Hours of operation
HOME
• HOME
PHOTOS
• PHOTOS
• Historical photos
• Historical Society photos
Watch List of Historic Buildings
• Watch List of Historic Buildings
• Add a Link


Friday, April 29, 2016
Antique Appraisal Day, Saturday, February 9. Timm House reopens on Saturday, February 2, 1pm - 4pm.

Welcome to the New Holstein Historical Society
Timm House during Christmas - 2011
Timm House during Christmas - 2011
Thanks for visiting the New Holstein Historical Society's website. Our website continues to change as information and features are added to the website in an attempt to present a useful, comprehensive and centralized source for New Holstein's history and the activities that celebrate that history.

Our Society, formed in 1961, owns two facilities. The Pioneer Corner Museum houses a variety of collections that highlight the history of New Holstein and its surrounding areas. There is always something new at the Pioneer since we add new displays, exhibits and vignettes each year. One visit is never enough!

The Timm House Historic Site represents a time period of from 1898 - 1905. The total restoration of the property (interior and exterior) was completed in 2007 at a cost of $1.25 million. The Society is sincerely greatful to The Jeffris Family Foundation for a $562,000 matching grant. Without this help the project would never have been completed and the home would have been lost.

Please explore our website and enjoy the articles and information that you will find.

Hours
Timm House Winter Hours - Saturday & Sunday, 1 - 4 pm
Summer Hours - Saturday & Sunday 1 - 4 pm, Thursday & Friday 1 - 3 pm.
The Pioneer Corner Museum is open on Saturday & Sunday, 1 - 4 pm from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.


Please note that tours are available at other times by calling 920-898-5746 or 920-948-7748 emailing: tethiessen@frontier.com Thanks for your support. We are always interested in hearing your recommendations, comments and suggestions, so please feel free to share them.




EVENTS
Brat Fry | Annual meeting | Night on the Town
HISTORY
New Holstein by the Years | Origins of New Holstein | Historical inquiry
Adventures of the First New Holstein Pioneers
In approximately 1835, a man named George White went west, and came to a small community on the east shore of Lake Winnebago named Calumetville.
New Holstein - the Early Years
The Village of New Holstein was founded by immigrants from the province of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

• Timm House

Site Design and Content by New Holstein Historical Society with assistance from Delta Publications, Inc. 
All photos, articles and content property of New Holstein Historical Society.

Software © 1998-2016 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved