Rome Historical Society

The Rome Historical Society was founded in 1936 and has its home in the former U.S. Post Office. Like similar groups, it began with the vision of a few Rome citizens who believed in the value of saving items from the past for citizens of the future. Today, the Society has a museum, the William E. Scripture Memorial Library, archives, artifacts, and much more to offer researchers.

Our 100-seat auditorium offers a podium, slide projector and screen, a sound system and is available with advance booking.