eiisha morgan mansion.锟?monthly meeting location.锟?2022

2023 schedule & newsletters

the fairfield historical society meets every first tuesday of the month between march and november. we meet at the elisha morgan mansion on ross road in fairfield.

every month the members and guests have inspiring speakers and present many great historical facts about fairfield and the surrounding communities. they talk about the history of fairfield and how it relates to the present day. please come and join us for our monthly meetings.

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april 4, 2023 the cincinnati reds锟?first batboy designated at riverfront stadium, warren brown, is

featured. warren has a long connection with the reds and will share stories about his experience being with hall of famers johnny bench, pete rose and rest of the big red team of the 1970锟絪.锟?meeting at the fairfield arts center at 7 pm.


may 2, 2023. dan finfrock taught in fairfield schools for 34 years, retiring in 1992. he is a leading authority on the

area锟絪 ground water issues and environmental issues. he also is a former fhs board member.锟?meeting at the elisha morgan mansion at 7 pm.


june 6, 2023 the fairfield fire chief thomas lakamp will make his debut as a 锟絣iving legend锟?when he presents the history behind fighting fires. he recently took over as chief from long-time city employee don bennett. a 33-year veteran of the cincinnati fire department, lakamp served as assistant fire chief of the operations division since 2016. he锟絪 also been a district fire chief, captain, lieutenant and firefighter paramedic. lakamp has received several awards including the cincinnati锟絪 fire chief锟絪 award in 2016 and the city锟絪 distinguished service award in 2015.锟?meeting at the elisha morgan mansion at 7 pm.


july 11, 2023.锟?mike grollmus, general manager of al-joe锟絪 lawn & garden center in hamilton, will discuss his family involvement in the most well-known family-owned garden centers in the area.锟?his grandfather, albert huesman founded al-joe锟絪 in 1921 with joseph huber as a bird seed store. they expanded to sell pets and pet supplies, garden supplies, and power equipment.锟?paul grollmus, mike锟絪 father, entered the business in the 1950s and ran it for 40 years before retiring in the 1990锟絪 and left the operation to mike and his brothers, gary and tim.锟?meeting at the elisha morgan mansion at 7 pm.


our second half of the year will feature more variety of the history that can be found in the

fairfield area.


 any questions more comments please send us an email.

to contact us: dpennington@sibcycline.com

building on the past, present and future of fairfield, ohio..

fairfield historical society

the city of fairfield recognized the fairfield historical society with the community service award (above) for their many efforts to collect, compile, and promote our history. 

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