The origins of the Neville Public Museum of Brown County began in 1915, when nine local women formed the Green Bay Art Club and held a modest exhibit of rare and important objects owned by area residents. From this humble beginning in the basement of the former Kellogg Library on Jefferson St., the museum's permanent collection today includes over 100,000 objects and more than half a million images that represent our local and regional communities.
Your purchase from this site provides financial support for the Neville Public Museum's Digital Initiative.  The purpose of the Digital Initiative is to make historical images available to the public in fulfilment of the museum's mission of championing history, science and the arts.  Your support allows us to bridge communities by sharing this historic photograph archive with the world, while preserving these snapshots in time for future generations.