Vienna Historical Society
Trumbull County, Ohio
Town 4, Range 2
Connecticut Western Reserve
Updated on 8/01/2022
The Society would be grateful to receive artifacts that pertain to Vienna Township and also items such as class pictures, sports trophies, yearbooks, etc. from the historic Vienna Schools, Fowler-Vienna Schools, and Mathews Schools.
The Society's Collection
For a list of items that the Society has in its collection, click here. To research or view items in our collection, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. To view a copy of the Society's Collections Policy, click here.
Image contributed by Jim White
The history of Vienna Township and its early settlers
Information about Vienna's historic cemeteries
People & places of interest
History about past businesses (clock factories, gun factories, & coal mines to name a few)
Historical maps & documents
Lists of students from each Vienna/Mathews High School graduating class
Save a Grave Campaign!
In 2019 the Society's Board of Directors started a fund to help fix broken obelisks and gravestones in the Vienna Township Cemetery. For more information or to donate, click here.
Keep in Touch!
Be sure to "like" us on Facebook to get updated information on Society meetings & events. The Society typically meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7 PM at the Vienna Township Hall, 848 Youngstown-Kingsville Road NE, Vienna, Ohio, 44473.
To be added to the Society's email list, make an inquiry, or to make a donation to help with preservation efforts, please contact us at email@example.com.
Mission Statement: The mission of the Vienna Historical Society, established in 2008, is to investigate, collect, acquire and preserve historic documents, real and personal property having historical value and artifacts, especially those which relate to the history of Vienna Township, Trumbull County and the Connecticut Western Reserve.