HISTORICAL INTERPRETIVE SIGNS

 

The Hamilton County Historical Commission (HCHC) has begun an Interpretive Sign Project to record and preserve the history of Hamilton County buildings, and to make that history available to the public.  All historic buildings are eligible for consideration.  The HCHC is available to assist applicants with historic research, photographs and sign design.

The Hamilton County Historical Commission’s first interpretive sign is the Rice-Eidson Building on the Hamilton square (shown below), which is currently home to the  Ramsey Collection.

 

Other signs have now been made and can be found in and around Hamilton. Have you seen them all?

If you want to have your building added to the county Historical Interpretive Sign project, please click on this LINK to get the .pdf form. You will find sign design guidelines and instructions for submitting the form.