Wake Forest Historical Museum

LOCATION: 414 N. Main Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 CONTACT: 919-556-2911

Museum Board

Future of Education

Board of Directors


Cassandra Baker, President
surf@alumni.wfu.edu

Durward Matheny, Vice-President
durwardmatheny@embarqmail.com

James Cross, Vice-President
jcross@roystercross.com

Jill Bright, Vice-President
Brightmemorials@hotmail.com

Tom Parrish, Treasurer
tparrish@att.net

Donna Pace, Secretary
dfastpace@aol.com

Jerry Baker, WFU Trustee
bakerjh@wfu.edu

Sandra Boyette
boyette@wfu.edu

Murray Greason, Jr., WFU Trustee
mgreason@wcsr.com

I. Beverly Lake, Jr.

Elizabeth Melvin
etmelvin@mindspring.com

John Mitchell
john.mitchell@nm.com

Bob Northcutt
kaynorthcutt@nc.rr.com

Tim Quigg
quigg@cs.unc.edu

Walt Reynolds
Walt.Reynolds@ymcatriangle.org

Chip Russell
Chipandnicole@nc.rr.com

Janice Williams
jacawi@earthlink.net

Jane Wright
jane.wright@emsnc.com

Ed Morris, Executive Director
morrisce@wfu.edu

Jennifer Smart, Assistant Director
smartjl@wfu.edu

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Hours & Info

Tues-Fri: 9am-noon & 1:30-4:30pm
Sun: 2pm-5pm

Closed: Saturday and Monday

Call us at 919.556.2911

Free Admission

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A lovely bouquet left by the Wake Forest Garden Club. WFHS tassel. We’re going through the collection and it’s fun! Downtown Zebulon, NC at night. Simply stunning. Want to know what today’s weather was like exactly 90-years ago? This 1928 Farm Journal was kept at Oakforest in Forestville and that day was “Fair and cold. Henry, Richard and I went to Raleigh today. Philo and Junior sawed and hauled firewood and then hauled logs to the same mill.” Many thanks to Barbara Massenburg for giving us a look at this very cool artifact!