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Spring is here and the Lilacs are in full bloom.  The Lilac stand to the right is inside Bald Mountain Recreation Area on the site of the Graham farm dating back to 1857.

Oakland Township Remembered
Rochester Hills Public Library

The Oakland Township Historical Society's exhibit, Oakland Township Remembered, will be showcased at the Rochester Hills Public Library from April 10th to May 11th.

This exhibit features the photographic work of Ed Noble, former resident and photographer/journalist for the Oakland Press.  The photos presented are of the country life in Oakland Township during the 1960's-1980's.  If you missed the exhibit in the fall of 2013, this is another opportunity to see Ed's beautiful photos.  Tell your friends and neighbors!

Cranberry Lake
Barn Quilt

Design by Mary Asmus

40 Year Anniversary
1974 - 2014

Visit the News page to see the CMNtv video.


The two photographs to the left are a sampling of the hundreds of photographs of Oakland Township donated to the OTHS by Edward R. Noble.  Mr. Noble was a photojournalist for the Oakland Press for over twenty years.

Oakland Township Remembered with photographs by Edward R. Noble will be on display at the Paint Creek Center for the Arts in downtown Rochester on Saturday April 12, 2014.  Be sure to visit.  Prints for sale.

Click Here to see the photos and print the order form.

This is also a unique opportunity to own one of these photographs.  Proceeds to benefit the Oakland Township Historical Society.


The Paint Creek Cider Mill, above, and the Paint Creek United Methodist Church, below, are two of our most significant landmark structures in Goodison.


Flumerfelt Barn Painting!
OTHS volunteers gathered on 8/29/14 to give the barn a new paint job.

Sept 11, 2001 Remembered!

OTHS presents the third
Heritage Series Exhibit
"Oakland Township Remembered"
By Edward R. Noble.
A listing of the photographs
and order form.

Annual Antique Appraisal Day
November 1, 2015

OTHS launches entry to
Oakland Regional
Historic Sites

"Barn on the Move"
DVD Available NOW






Oakland Township Historical Society was formed in 1974
by a group of dedicated individuals interested in
preserving the unique history of Oakland Township.
It's mission is to gather, interpret and preserve the history
of Oakland Township.
Today the Society is very active in the Township community
and is a registered 501(c)(3)non-profit organization.

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