January 2020 - NOT AVAILABLE ON LINE YET - A look back on how much our museum has changed since 2015. Looking back at our charter members as we celebrate our 40th year. Our first newsletter appeared in 1986 and is online now. We thank our volunteers. Introducing our new gift shop and the volunteer bucks program. A few more photos from Homecoming. We say goodbye to Roger Williams. Fun photos from several 2019 weddings and a few vintage ones too. Christmas in 1871. Introducing Dr. Fann. Suffrage debates begin in 1867. The Grand Pacific House in New Baltimore Michigan is built with KI stone. The Chamber recognizes KIHA’s accomplishments in “creating memorable and important exhibits in its museum, but also thinking of ways to engage the community.” KILA awarded us with “the best organization” in 1994. Check out who visited the museum as 2816 visitors sign in: Road Scholars, John Friedman, Francis Deitrich, Naomi Spencer and Christine Fanning. 1968 the first police handcuffs arrive on the Island. January 1869, the mail boat made a round trip in one day. A really long list of items donated. Finally, the ever expanding list of businesses who support KIHA.