Belleville Historical Society Calendars

 

2018 Calendar: Early Belleville Schools

The 2018 calendar is $10 and helps us save save the stories and artifacts that tell Belleville’s history.

Cover of 2018 calendar showing black-and-white photo of students at Belleville High School

 

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A $2 postage fee will be charged.


 
Thank you for helping us share and preserve Belleville’s history!


 

Past Calendars

Past calendars are available for purchase from the Belleville Historical Society for $10 each. Please email us if you would like to order a keepsake calendar from a past year: bellevillehistoricalsociety@gmail.com

2017 calendar cover

2017: Historic Belleville Saloons II
Our 2016 theme was so popular that we brought it back for another round! Saloons dotted the Belleville landscape in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The 2017 calendar features vintage photographs and brief histories of twelve more Historic Belleville Saloons.

Cover of 2016 calendar

2016: Historic Belleville Saloons
We went back to our roots … The Belleville Historical Society’s 2016 calendar features vintage photographs and brief histories of a once common institution in Belleville.

Cover of 2015 calendar

2015: Historic Belleville Churches
The 2015 calendar featured photos and capsule histories of 13 of Belleville’s historic churches: St Peter Cathedral, St Paul United Church of Christ, St. Henry Catholic Church, Christ United Church of Christ, First Baptist Church, Zion Lutheran, Jackson Street Methodist, United Methodist Church, St. Luke Catholic Church, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, St. Teresa Catholic Church, First Presbyterian and St. George Episcopal.

Vintage photo from 2014 calendar

2014: Belleville Firsts
For Belleville’s bicentennial year, each month showcased a significant “first” in Belleville’s heritage and history, including the first railroad, the first skyscraper, and the first mayor. This photo shows a scene from Belleville’s first street fair.