Category Archives: Current Exhibit

Harris Hall Small Exhibits

 

Harris Exhibit Hall is hosting two small exhibits: “Colonial & Revolutionary War Artifacts Recovered from Goshen: Home of General Thomas Person“, created by Josh Mangum, and “Remembering Granville County In the Great War“, created by Mark Pace and Betty King. The former exhibit showcases the items that Josh Mangum has found while metal detecting in the Goshen area as well as highlighting Thomas Persons’ historical significance. The latter exhibit is a commemorative exhibit in honor of the WWI centennial. The exhibit displays the faces and history of those who died in the Great War from the county honoring their sacrifice.

Open Tuesday through Friday 10 to 4!

 

 

 

Current Exhibit At The Harris Exhibit Hall: Granville Greats: Footprints in History

New Exhibit at Harris Exhibit Hall!

 

Harris Exhibit Hall’s newest exhibit, Granville Greats: Footprints in History, is now open for viewing! Learn about 75 individuals from Granville County that have impacted history locally, statewide, nationally, and internationally. Enjoy interactive exhibits as well as a train display!

 

These individuals have left behind a legacy: what legacy will you leave?

 

Open Tuesday through Friday 10 to 4!

 

The photos shown below are from our Members only Exhibit Opening, one of the benefits of becoming a Historical Society member!