City of Farley's Historical Society

Historical Society

Welcome to the Farley Area Historical Society web page!

History Center Planning Meeting
The dream of a history center space will soon become a reality. 

A community room within the new Farley municipal building is currently under construction and will be the site of our new history center.

The building will include a 30' x 37' room that will host displays, artifacts and will serve as a community meeting room and gathering space. Future plans are to have programming that will include rotating displays highlighting unique areas of Farley history.

The municipal building will also include a storage/office room for storing and archiving of local history items local residents wish to loan or donate.  
A planning meeting to be held on Tuesday, October 15 will invite community members to help with the planning for the spaces. Possible committees that will need volunteer help include facilities, programming, archiving, communication, and finance. The meeting will began at 6 p.m. at Memorial Hall and will include a sneak peak tour of the rooms at the municipal building currently under construction.

About Us

The Farley Area Historical Society was established on April 20, 1995.

The first completed project was "The History of Farley" published in 1996. We have volumes of history to preserve, resulting in a need to build a "Historical Museum."

Meetings are on the second Monday of every month at Memorial Hall.

Any donations or contributions of historical data, photos or items are welcome. For more information, please call 563-663-0937 or email [email protected]. Together we can reach our goals!

Click Here to become a member.

Farley Memories Print
The Farley Memories Print from the Farley Area Historical Society is now available. Each 16" x 20" limited print features nearly 50 photos and items from Farley's past and is available for $20 each. Framed prints are $40. The Farley Memories Print

A great gift for parents, children, brothers or sisters living out of the area.

Pick them up at Greenwood's Grocery or at the Farley City Hall during regular business hours or call Lynn Konzen at 563-663-0937.

You may also order unframed prints by sending a check for $20 plus $8 shipping to:

The Farley Area Historical Society
P.O. Box 174
Farley, IA 52046

Farley History Book
In 1996 the Farley Historical Society published The History of Farley 1879 - 1996. The book was an approved Iowa Sesquicentennial Project.

To order from the Farley Historical Society, send $30.00 plus $8.00 shipping and handling to the above address. (Shipping outside of the U. S. will be quoted upon request.) You can also purchase a copy at City Hall.

Farley History Book
Includes biographies of the following surnames: Ahlers, Allen, Anstoetter, Armstron, Arquitt, Atkinsons, Baker, Bamrick, Barker, Barry, Bell, Benton, Boffeli, Breen, Bryant, Byerly, Callahan, Carpenter, Cassady, Clark, Comer, Connell, Connery, Cox, Daly, Denly, Dunning, Dutcher, Elliott, Farley, Ferring, Fitzgerald, Fox, Freeman, Garner, Gibbs, Gibson, Gilmore, Glew, Goodale, Gosden, Greenwood, Griffin, Haller, Heald, Healy, Hess, Hill, Hinch, Hoefer, Hogan, Humke, Jasper, Johnson, Keefe, Kehoe, Kelly, Kertels, King, Klosterman, Kluesner, Knapp, Kofmehl, Krapfl, LaPage, Libby, Lockwood, Loeffelholtz, Loomis, Ludwig, Luensmann, Mahoney, McBride, McDonald, McGee, McGuigan, McKinney, Miller, Murphy, Newton, Nichols, O'Connell, O'Meara, O'Sullivan, Otting, Peterson, Pitman, Placke, Quigley, Ransom, Raw, Ronan, Sanner, Schemmel, Scherrman, Schmitt, Scott, Simon, Simpson, Small, Smith, Stallard, St. John, Streif, Strokes, Stott, Sullivan, Thul, Tracy, Tutt, Vibber, Wall , Walker, Warnock, Waterhouse, White, Willenbring, Wilson, Zalaznik (262 pages)

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