Harsha House Museum

Address
103 State St.

Charlevoix, MI 49720
Main
231-547-0373
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Category
Historic, Museum

The house was built in 1891 by Charlevoix businessman and community leader Horace Harsha. Granddaughter Ann Harsha donated the Victorian style house to the Charlevoix Historical Society in 1979 to be used as a museum.

Exhibits at Harsha House for the year are:

  • The Working World – Business and Industry in Charlevoix 

Harsha House Museum attractions include:

  • 3 Victorian Period Rooms
  • Over 9000 Historic Photos & Negatives
  • Local Historical Artifacts on Display
  • 1917 Working Player Piano
  • Local Oral History Collection
  • Local Family History Collection
  • History Research Materials
  • U.S. Census Microfilm & Microfilm Reader
  • Sanborn Fire Maps on Microfilm

The house was built in 1891 by Charlevoix businessman and community leader Horace Harsha. Granddaughter Ann Harsha donated the Victorian style house to the Charlevoix Historical Society in 1979 to be used as a museum.

Exhibits at Harsha House for the year are:

  • The Working World – Business and Industry in Charlevoix 

Harsha House Museum attractions include:

  • 3 Victorian Period Rooms
  • Over 9000 Historic Photos & Negatives
  • Local Historical Artifacts on Display
  • 1917 Working Player Piano
  • Local Oral History Collection
  • Local Family History Collection
  • History Research Materials
  • U.S. Census Microfilm & Microfilm Reader
  • Sanborn Fire Maps on Microfilm

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