The purpose of the Marshall Historical Society is to preserve, protect and promote Marshall’s heritage. It owns three museums: the Honolulu House, the Marshall Historical Museum at the Grand Army of the Republic Hall and Capitol Hill School.
As the leader in local historic preservation and education, the Marshall Historical Society sponsors entertaining events for the entire family, from the festive “granddaddy of Midwest home tours” to an intimate holiday Candlelight Walk to custom-designed tours for groups of any size.
when the residents of Marshall began their tradition of historic preservation more that 80 years ago, little did they know they were launching a movement that would spread throughout the country and continue into the 21st century.
Check out the video of the homes on tour on September 9 and 10, 2017.