What Will You Discover at The Society?
The ROBINSON museum is named for Florence Robinson who donated the funds to construct the museum.
The Elk County Historical Society’s Robinson Museum houses thousands of artifacts from Victorian clothing to an expansive archive of photographs and documents spanning the county’s nearly two-hundred year history.
Our research library consists of county cemetery records, census records, thousands of obituaries, Advocate and Democrat Newspapers, Ridgway Record microfilm tapes from 1903 to present, recorded oral family histories, county and township histories, school yearbooks, and town directories.
The museum also has items for sale such as books relating to the history of Elk County. Stop in today to being your exploration into the large history of Elk County.
Books & Gifts
We offer a selection of illsutrated books that feature the history of our region through historic photographs. We also offer multiple books for sale detailing historical events from the Elk County area.
From local tales to murders in Elk County, we have something for everyone!
Genealogy Research Room
Visitors are welcome to visit our research room and explore the thousands of records we have in our archives.
We’re proud to offer 100+ years of local newspaper and publications, available with a subscription to the Elk County Historical Society online archive.