Last updated: 12/14/2011
Saukville, Wisconsin
Street Address
200 N. Mill St.
Saukville, WI 53080
Mailing Address
P. O. Box 80015
Saukville, WI 53080
phone: 262-483-4570
Currently by appointment only. Future hours will be announced on website.
Anne Kertscher, President
phone: 262-284-5170
Donna D'Angelo, Treasurer/Archivist/ Donations
phone: 262-284-0245
Judy Jacoby, Board of Director - Event Coordinator
phone: 262-692-9425
Cindy Douglas, Childrens Program/Newsletter
phone: 262-376-4757
Bill Kupkovits, Maintence
phone: 692-675-0901

Located in Saukville's original fire house on the Milwaukee River in the heart of the downtown area. Native American history and fur trade, including history of a rural farming community and origianl settler's. A number of geneology and family histories available for research.


Began in 1987 and moved to currant location 1998. Two reasearch books written by Professor John Boatmen UW-Milwaukee. Pictorial History book by James and John Peterson. Active participation in our community events. A freindly history minded group interested in preserving the of our community.

Artifact Collections

1912 Horse drawn fire pumper; 1937 Fire Engine; lander decroative copper ornamental metal; Nothern Signal historic games, audio file records and other productions; Cigar makers of early 20th century Heim's shoe store articles.

Research Collections

History of Saukville fire department in written minutes from 1886; Two complete history books, families and photos; Nine family histories.

Educational Programs

In May members orgaize in conjuction with Saukville Elementry a lesson of Wisconsin history in the area. Also tours of the facility in conjunction with the fire department for fire safety week.


Access: General Public

Appointment required: No


Annual report to WHS. Presentation to Saukville Village Board.

  • Newsletter sent twice a year to memebers as well as residents within the general area.
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