JoCoHistory is made possible by the collaboration of the following organizations:
The Johnson County Museum of History opened in 1967 in the former Greenwood School. The Museum achieves its mission of preserving and sharing the community's history by presenting permanent and changing exhibits, maintaining a research library, offering educational programs and producing publications.
The Johnson County Archives & Records Management Department identifies, collects, preserves and provides access to the local government records, maps, books and photographs of Johnson County and its citizens.
19310 West 159th Street - Suite 1100. Olathe, Kansas 66062
The Kansas State School for the Deaf is the oldest state educational institution in the State of Kansas. The School is known for its academic excellence in pre-college preparation and its career and transition program leading to job placement upon graduation.
450 E. Park St. Olathe, Kansas 66061
The Overland Park Historical Society is currently housed in the historic Strang Carraige House at Santa Fe Commons in the city's downtown. They provide educational and research opportunities for those seeking information about Overland Park's origins and development.
The Johnson County Library provides access to ideas, information, experiences and materials that support and enrich people's lives.
The Olathe Public Library's mission is "to meet the lifelong informational, educational and recreational needs of the community through the quality services and resources."
201 East Park Street. Olathe, KS 66061
The Lenexa Historical Society promotes community involvement to preserve the heritage of Lenexa by sponsoring festivals and events, collecting and preserving Lenexa's historical artifacts, maintaining the History Resource Room and operating the Legler Barn Museum Complex.
14907 W 87th Street Pkwy. Lenexa, KS 66215