The Ashland County Historical Society has a small gift shop located in the Noonan House at 420 Center Street. It, like the rest of the museum, has a little something for everyone.
There are lovely Victorian style items, including Historic Ashland wall clocks. We carry an array of Genealogical Society census and cemetery registers. We also have books for sale.
Local Historian Betty Plank wrote the "Historic Ashland County Books, Volumes I, II and III." These books are a compilation of the Historic Ashland articles that run in the local newspaper, the Times Gazette. Volumes I and III are available in our gift shop and are on sale now for $30 each.
"Living the American Dream" is a book about the Myers and Miller families of Ashland. It provides an in-depth look into the lives of the people that started the Industrial Boom here in Ashland.
We also have two books written by Chris Box, Director of the Ashland County Historical Society. Using archival photographs, "Images of America, Ashland" presents exceptional photographs and distinctive stories from Ashland's past. "Postcard History Series, Ashland" pays tribute to the past by showcasing an assortment of nearly 200 postcards selected from the Ashland County Historical Society library and privately held collections.