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Greenfield Historical Society

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Headquarters  Wisconsin, United States
Greenfield Historical Society

The Greenfield Historical Society was established to preserve the history of Greenfield, Wisconsin in Milwaukee County.

The organization maintains a presence along the Honey Creek on 56th & Layton Avenue in Greenfield.


On the grounds is an early log cabin that originally stood near present S. 76th St. and W. Cold Spring Road. Built in 1836, the Finan-Gabel-Bodamer Log Cabin was moved to the site and dedicated as a museum on September 7, 1969. Also preserved is the Montag-Boogk Cream Brick Home, which was built with locally distinct Cream City brick which originally stood on the southwest corner of present S. 60th St. and W. Cold Spring Road.


Greenfield Historical Society Wikipedia