St. Charles County Historical Society
Old Market House
101 South Main Street
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
(636) 946-9828
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St. Charles County Historical Society
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The SCCHS Archives at 101 S Main Street.
Our hours  are from 10 am to 3 pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  We are also open on Saturdays for research by appointment only until further notice. Please call (636) 946-9828 in advance to make a Saturday research reservation. Check our calendar on the left for our Holiday hours and CLOSINGS due to weather.
Research may also be done online (see the Research Page) or by email (see the web contact form). Please watch this website for more information. Thank you and please stay safe.
NEW -  Link to "Lost St. Charles"  The history of every community is written in many places—documents, images, the built environment, and the past lives of its people. That history includes buildings no longer standing, but still tell the stories of the people who lived or worked there and their times. This website is about those stories in “Lost St. Charles.” Lost St. Charles (

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April 20
Archival Experiences
April is an important time to celebrate and recognize volunteers.  Non-profits across the country use this time to host different types of activities and events demonstrating the work done by these special people.  Join us April 20th from 10am ...

April 27
April Quarterly Luncheon & General Membership Meeting
    The St. Charles County Historical Society   invites you to join us for our   Quarterly Luncheon & General Membership Meeting   Satuday, April 27, 2024 from 12Noon - 2pm ALL OCCASION BANQUET CENTER 111 Compass Point Drive St. ...

September 27
The American Revolutionary War in the West History Conference
      The St. Charles County Historical Society, the Saint Charles Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Fernando de Leyba Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, and the España Chapter of the Daughters of ...