Historical Society Hours:
Effective September 1, 2021, the Museum is open on Monday evenings 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturdays 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. & by appointment only.
The museum is closed the 4th Monday of the month for the Historical Society program. Click to see upcoming programs.

Please call 708-474-2447 ext. 176 to leave a message to make arrangements.

Mondays 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

 

Lansing Journal Newspaper (historical issues)
View the Lansing Journal/The Sun/Sun-Journal Newspapers (1935-1983)

The Historical Society meets on the 4th Monday of the month in the Lansing Public Library Community Room.
Following their business meeting, they host interesting historical presentations.

Contact the Lansing Historical Society:

The Lansing Historical Society Museum Curator can be reached at 708-474-7497, ask for Barb.
You may also leave a message on the museum's answering machine if they are not open. 708-474-2447, ext. 176.

Tours are arranged directly with the museum curator.

Newsletters:

PDF iconJune 2021 Newsletter

PDF iconJanuary 2021 Newsletter

PDF iconAugust 2020 Newsletter

PDF iconHistorical Society Programs 2019-2020

PDF iconJanuary 2020 Newsletter

PDF iconSeptember 2019 Newsletter

PDF iconMay 2019 Newsletter

PDF iconJanuary 2019 Newsletter

PDF iconSeptember 2018 Newsletter

Read the Books about Lansing, Illinois!

Lansing, Illinois book coverLansing, Illinois
by Lansing Author Carrie Steinweg.

 

Legendary Locals book coverLegendary Locals
by Lansing Author Carrie Steinweg.

Lansign Centennial CoverView online!
Lans-Cent-O-Rama:
August 14-August 21, 1954

Thank you to Terry Rice for scanning and sharing!
Thank you to John Kapteyn for lending his copy to Terry!

 

Lansing Bicentennal Reflections book coverView online!
Lansing Bicentennial Reflections, 1776-1976

Thank you to Lawrence Varkalis for scanning and sharing!

 

Also, another regional title:

Hammon Bicentennial Book CoverView online!
Hammond, Indiana's American Bicentennial Yearbook 1976

Thank you to Lawrence Varkalis for scanning and sharing!