Ashland Historical Society Museum

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Ashland Historical Society Museum
Ashland Historical Society Museum is listed in the Museums category in Ashland, Wisconsin. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ashland Historical Society Museum which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ashland Historical Society Museum on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 83.

Contact information for Ashland Historical Society Museum is:
509 Main St W
Ashland, WI 54806
(715) 682-4911

"Ashland Historical Society Museum" - ZapScore Report

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Ashland Historical Society Museum has an overall ZapScore of 83. This means that Ashland Historical Society Museum has a higher ZapScore than 83% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Ashland, Wisconsin is 34 and in the Museums category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore

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Ashland Historical Society Museum shared James Bradle's post.
Donna Anderson, you were looking for hatters in Ashland's history. In addition to the one I posted about earlier, one of the more recent hatters in Ashland was The Hub, located at 415 W. 2nd Street. It was opened in the 1940s by Julius A. Sherfinski, and was later in the 1950s owned by Joseph J. Maliszewski. Hats off to all of the great hatters in Ashland's history!

Ashland Historical Society Museum shared James Bradle's post.
Since I don't want the Strom and Bloomquist families to get angry with me, I need to give equal time to another great bakery in Ashland, the Cremo Bakery, located at 414 W. 2nd Street, so stop by and have a delicious, hot bakery item and a cup of coffee. After doing some research on the Cremo Bakery, I was amazed to find it has been an icon in Ashland since the early 1920s. The first information I could find on it was in 1924, when it was opened at 142 7th Avenue West by Strom Brothers Properties, which consisted of August, Axel and Olaf Strom. In 1931, it shows their location at 214 7th Avenue West. On July 9, 1932, the business was moved to 414 W. 2nd Street, which is shown in the attached photos. In 1956, it shows it was owned by Olaf, Bertil and Harry Strom. The last record I have is 1958, indicating ownership by Olaf, Bertil, and Mary and Harry Strom. I know that Hazel E. Strom (Harry Strom's sister) married Carl A. Bloomquist, and I'm guessing that is how the Bloomquist family became involved, but I'm not sure on that. I'm sure Carol Bloomquist Traxler, who loves researching history like I do, can bring us up to date on the parties involved in the Cremo Bakery after that. Enjoy your bakery goods and coffee on this relaxing Sunday morning. Jim


Ashland Historical Society Museum shared James Bradle's post.
It's that time of morning to go grab a dozen doughnuts and a cup of fresh coffee at the Sno-Wyte Bakery!