There are 2 Historical Societies in Floyd County, Iowa, serving a population of 15,904 people in an area of 501 square miles. There is 1 Historical Society per 7,952 people, and 1 Historical Society per 250 square miles.
In Iowa, Floyd County is ranked 13th of 99 counties in Historical Societies per capita, and 11th of 99 counties in Historical Societies per square mile.
Find Floyd County, Iowa historical societies.
Floyd County Iowa Historical Society 500 Gilbert Street Charles, IA
Marble Rock Historical Society 313 Bradford Street Marble Rock, IA
Floyd County Historical Societies are local organizations and history museums dedicated to studying, preserving, and fostering an appreciation of the past, with an emphasis on the local community's history in Floyd County, IA. Historical Societies in Floyd County encourage and engage in the collection and preservation of historical artifacts, photographs, and personal stories. Many Historical Societies conduct research about local businesses and families, which they make accessible and available as public records and exhibits.You may contact the Historical Society for questions about: