Marshall County Memories


“Marshall County Memories” is the current exhibition at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, 201 South 9 Street, Marysville.  The showcase features nearly fifty photographs of towns in Marshall County, offering a nostalgic glimpse into the past. From bustling main streets to rural landscapes, the exhibition chronicles the evolution of Marshall County and its communities over the decades.

Featuring a curated selection of photographs sourced from the Marshall County Historical Society, “Marshall County Memories” serves as a visual narrative of moments that have shaped the county’s identity.

Some of the photographs feature towns still in existence like Axtell, Frankfort, Home, Marysville and Waterville.  Other photographs offer a snapshot of places no longer occupied like Reedsville, Schroyer and Smittyville.

The exhibition opens Thursday, April 18, and runs through Thursday, May 2.  The art center is open Sundays from 12-3 p.m.; Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m.; Thursdays from 4-6 p.m.; and Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  The art center is closed Sunday, April 21.

Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend.

The Lee Dam Center for Fine Art is owned by the City of Marysville and managed by the arts cooperative.  It is a community art space dedicated to promoting and fostering artistic expression within the community. Through exhibitions, workshops and events, the center aims to create an inclusive space for individuals of all ages to connect and engage with the arts. 

For more information, people may call/text 785-859-4260.


Event Date

April 184:00 pm
April 2010:00 am
April 234:00 pm
April 254:00 pm
April 2710:00 am
April 2812:00 pm
April 304:00 pm
May 24:00 pm


Lee Dam Center for Fine Art
201 South 9th Street //