Mason Area Historical Society
Welcome to Mason Area Historical Society
This is how the esker (hogsback) used to look at 834 s. Barnes St.
Members You can renew your dues by clicking here:  
The Mason Area Historical Society (MAHS) is a group of volunteers organized as a 501c3 nonprofit and supported by membership dues, fund-raisers and donations.  All financial contributions are tax deductible.  MAHS now offers the option of payment via PayPal.
  Donations received are used in preserving and maintaining Mason's local area history and the upkeep of the museum's infrastructure.
MAHS appreciates your interest in our local history and if you would like to help us continue our mission please click the button below to Donate via PayPal 
Or if you would like to send a check donation
please make check payable to:  
Mason Area Historical Museum,  PO BOX 44,  Mason MI  48854
Museum Hours:  1:00-3:00 p.m.  
Tuesday  /  Thursday  /  Saturday
Contact us at 517-676-9837   
Pink School is closed for the season
Please call to request a tour!!
 General Meeting Program
Monday - December 7th, 2015
Come in and enjoy the presentation by 
Jim Mulvaney discussing Rural Barns
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Thank You to everyone who has purchased our most recent publication.
The society is so grateful to Bestsellers, Ware's Pharmacy, and Maple Street Mall for their generous help in selling them. 
You can also purchase your copy at the Museum.
The book is $15.00 each and all proceeds benefit the society, including the Museum and Pink School operations.
If you live far away from Mason and would like to purchase a copy, we will ship it in a padded priority mail envelope (includes insurance and tracking) for an additional $7.
Total price including shipping:  $22.00
Make your check payable to MAHS 
and mail to PO Box 44, Mason, MI 48854.
Please be sure to include your shipping address with your check.    
$15.00 each  
Call NOW and ORDER your copy  517-676-9837
A compilation of Hartzog’s columns that appeared in the Ingham County News .
Full of vintage photos of Mason.
We are always looking for friendly faces who want to work as docents,
taking on one or more 2-hour shifts a month at the Museum.
The Museum is open from 1-3pm on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
You’ll be paired with a partner who likes Mason history, too!
Please contact Mary Hagen at 676-5314 if you are interested in either of these volunteer opportunities. 
Reminder:  You can still participate in the  Mason 150 Committee’s Legacy Tree Program.  
You can still purchuse your choice of: , Bitternut, Bur Oak, Hickory,  Hackberry, Chinquapin, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Red Oak, Single Oak, Swamp White Oak, , Sugar Maple, Sycamore, Tulip Popla and  White Oak.