Tyler History Center

The Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s new Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center, in a historic landmark building in downtown Youngstown, will be an accessible and inclusive research and learning facility, and complement the Arms Family Museum site.

The Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center will provide the Youngstown-Warren Metropolitan Area with its only comprehensive regional history and learning facility. The Mahoning Valley Historical Society, established in 1875 and the steward of vast archival collections, has purchased a landmark building to further its mission of preservation, education, and inspiration through heritage. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building is located in downtown Youngstown’s central business district, and its preservation is an investment in urban revitalization. The design for the adaptive reuse and renovation of the structure integrates accessible research and learning facilities with public spaces for community events. The Center will enable the Historical Society to augment its capacity as an educational and cultural resource.

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  4. Dear sir,
    I was wondering if there is any job positions. I worked at the Youngstown Steel Museum as a receptionist at their front desk. I also, worked upstairs in their archives library. I can send you my resume upon request.
    Yours truly,
    Mrs.DePuy

  5. 3304235262 we found some bottles at a lot next to 1010 west rayen ave , the bottles were marked as Youngstown brewing which I did an internet search and I believe are dated around 1925 if interested call or email me

  6. Kudos to your organization! As a former resident who plans to return home when I retire in a few years, I am so excited to see this kind of project!!

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