Founded in 1923, we are a “one of a kind” non-profit organization** that supports regional historical museums and sites by providing grant monies for preservation and restoration of cultural artifacts. We own over 350 local, regional and national treasures that are placed in local historical buildings and museums; such as antique furniture, textiles, paintings, lighting fixtures, china, silver and objects of art. Our most noteworthy pieces include a rare Abraham Lincoln photo signed by the President, 25 paintings by Howard Pyle, valuable oriental rugs, and a painting by Cristofano Allori called “The Hospitality of St. Julian.”
An Annual Antique Show and Sale fundraiser is held each November with proceeds being granted to local museums and institutions in Brown County. Plan to attend our
59th Annual Holiday Antique Show and Sale
Join us for a History Treasure Tour on Thursday, May 14 from 5:00-8:00 pm. at the Cathedral in Downtown Green Bay. Admission is free. Featured will be “The Hospitality of St. Julian” as well as a Howard Pyle etching entitled, “Capitulations of Louisburg” both owned by the Antiquarians.
Mark your calendars for our Bootleggers Party on Thursday, September 17, 2015
The Howard Pyle Paintings
To inquire about a showing of Pyle’s works in your area or for any other questions.
The Society purchased an art collection from the Brown County Library for $1.2 million dollars through the 2007 Community Save Our Cultural Heritage Campaign. By doing so, we retained them for this community. Discover the restoration we do for our historic community. Learn about the treasures we own. View our Antique Show and Sale Gallery and The Antiquarian Heritage Collection.
Explore Our Photo Galleries