It’s time to grow!
Leave a lasting legacy in our community. We respectfully request that you consider a one-time capital campaign gift and bring the history of Warren and Trumbull County to life.
Choose a project. Contact us for pricing details for legacy naming rights or to honor the memory of a loved one.
- The raymond L. and janice m. bland archives & research center Funded
Providing public access to over 5,000 photos & documents that record the local & national significance of Warren and Trumbull County.
- the your name conference room
A gathering space for community organizations county wide.
- the your name HIstory vault
Trumbull County’s first museum quality collections storage room to properly preserve over 20,000 objects that showcase the stories of those who came before us.
- the your name Permanent exhibit gallery
A point of pride for Warren and Trumbull County. A consistently open space for residents and tourists to understand our lasting legacy and those who built our community.
- the your name Rotating exhibit gallery
Only 5% of TCHS’s collection is displayed at any given time. Leave the gift of high-quality museum exhibits that bring relevant and lasting issues to future generations.
The John Stark Edwards House
- the your name exhibit gallery
Showcasing original artifacts used by owners of the Edwards House throughout time.
- 1807 Original Rooms FUNDED
Bring Edward’s original house back to life.
- 1860 bedroom Funded
What did the Edwards House see during the Civil War years?
- 1937 bedroom
The story of an African American boarder at the Edwards House during Republic Steel’s Little Steel Strike.
- 1945 kitchen Funded
What some would consider Warren’s golden years. The story of Gertrude Malloy, live-in caretaker of the Edwards House.
- 1970 Sitting room
Lava lamps, shag carpets, and bell bottoms, oh my!