The Troy Historical Society
The Troy Historical Society, established as a 501.c.3 nonprofit corporation in 1966, administers the Troy Historic Village for the City of Troy through a renewable management agreement. Troy Historical Society provides engaging education and enrichment programs at the city-owned Troy Historic Village as well as outreach programs for schools and adult groups. Nearly 30,000 guests visit the Village each year, including 15,000 students, chaperones, and teachers from public, private and charter schools in southeast Michigan. The Troy Historical Society is committed to expanding awareness of the Village as an outstanding center for history education, arts and culture and inclusive community engagement.
The Society welcomes new Villagers! Click here for membership information or to volunteer at the Village.
The Troy Historical Society aspires to best practices and transparency as a nonprofit corporation. The following documents are available for public review and download. Please call Loraine Campbell, Executive Director at 248-524-3301 if you have questions about anything contained in these documents or reports.
Troy Historical Society Board of Directors
Troy Historical Society Staff
Troy Historical Society Annual Report
Troy Historical Society Strategic Plan
Troy Historical Society Annual IRS Form 990
Link to Guidestar
The Troy Historical Society activates discovery and cultivates life-long exploration of history by sharing and preserving heritage through creative, meaningful experiences that engage the community.
The Historical Society embraces and supports preservation through education, presentation and access to the artifacts, archives, and resources at the Troy Historic Village. These resources and activities enhance knowledge and historic context and provide opportunities for community development, social interaction, and open dialogue on issues of importance.
The Troy Historical Society provides a welcoming environment that:
- Engages visitors in positive learning experiences and social interactions
- Respects the significance of history as we seek knowledge, understanding and relevance in our lives
- Recognizes artifacts as social objects and catalysts for sharing information and ideas
- Embraces innovative and creative interpretive programs
- Encourages civil discussion and objective analysis and evaluation of controversial issues
- Promotes a stewardship and adherence to the highest standards of historic preservation; manages resources with integrity and transparency; and treats all peoples with dignity and respect.