The Greenfield Historical Society offers many gift items for sale. These items are shown below and you may call (937-981-7890) or the Greenfield Historical Society to place your order. You may also print our Gift Order Form and complete and mail with a check to the Society. Click on the image for a larger view.

ItemDescriptionPrice
McClain High School, A Century of Tradition. $40.00
Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement by Suzi Parron with Donna Sue Groves. The story of the American Quilt Trail, featuring the colorful patterns of quilt squares across the United States (including our own trail). $30.00
Images of America Greenfield, Greenfield Historical Society.
The book boasts more than 200 vintage images and memories of days gone by. 128 pages.
$23.50; $28.50 if mailed

Greene Countrie Towne, by F. R. Harris.
F.R. Harris was teacher, principal and superintendent of the Greenfield School. He was also a world traveler. His history of Greenfield is considered a definitive look at the town as it progressed from unknown territory to a small town in the 1880's. He used many sources, including earlier histories of Highland County and oral histories he collected. He did an excellent job of describing Greenfield and the community's reaction to major historical events of the time period covered in this book. (6"w x 9"h; hardcover)
$10.75

The Underground Railroad's Busiest Escape Route by Paul Young.
Local historian Paul Young chronicles the time period before the Civil War and the escaping of runaway slaves through the area where Highland, Fayette and Ross counties meet. He uses what written material is available and oral histories left by the many people involved, especially the Quakers and Presbyterians. He ties the route from the town of Ripley, Ohio and the Rankin family to routes through the tri-county area and local families. (8.5"w x 11"h; softcover)
$22.00

Greenfield Ohio: Celebrating 200 Years
Compiled by the Greenfield Historical Society, families, organizations, churches, schools and businesses of Greenfield, Ohio.
This is an excellent book for a pictorial look at the history of Greenfield. It also includes a business directory for the past 200 years as well as extensive information on E. L. McClain's American Pad and Textile Factory and the E.L. McClain High School with its art collection. Individual families contributed their histories and clubs and organizations described their early beginnings. An extensive section chronicles high school athletics from the early 1900's to 1999. (9.5"w x 12"h; hardcover)
$53.50

It's Been a Wonderful Life One Day at a Time by Kathleen Patterson. (6.25"w x 9.25"h; hardcover) $20.00

The First Black Autos, The Charles Richard "C.R." Patterson & Sons Company. (6"w x 9"h; softcover) $22.00

The C.R. Patterson and Sons Company, by Christopher Nelson
Nelson has done a thorough research of the Patterson family and their business of building buggies, automobiles and bus bodies from 1865 to 1939.
$22.50

  Print of the B&O Depot $5.00

  Blank Spaces, by Brenda Conaway. $22.00

  DVD of Greenfield Schools around 1929, newly digitized. $15.00


Wood Replica of the City Building. 6.5" x 6.5". $3.00

Wood model of McClain High School. 3.75" x 10". $3.00

Ceramic trivet showing people, places and things important to Greenfield's history. 6" by 6" with cork backing. $1.00

100 percent cotton throw showing scenes from historic and natural Ohio. Approximately 51" by 68". $5.00

These are official State of Ohio Bicentennial Brass Bells cast by Verdin.
Sm 5" - UNAVAILABLE
Med 6.25"
Lg 8"

Sm - UNAVAILABLE
Med $5.00
Lg $10.00

Greenfield Ohio Mug, Green $4.00

Greenfield Ohio Mug, White $4.00

E.L. McClain High School Mug $5.00

Travellers Rest Mug $4.00

B and O Railroad Depot Mug $4.00

Greenfield Bicentennial saucer. 4.25 inches in diameter. Comes with a clear plastic stand. $5.00

The Greenfield Historical Society
PO Box 266
Greenfield, Ohio 45123
(937)981-7890