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Stocking Stuffers


Cloth Tape Measure


Zeber-Martell Ornament


Zeber-Martell Ornament

Greeting Cards

Sheep & Dog Note Cards (Sentiments: Thinking Of Ewe, Happy Birthday To Ewe, Herd Ewe Were Not Well)

Greeting Cards

Perkins Stone Mansion Seasons Cards (Blank Inside)


Summit County Historical Society Glass Coffee Mug

Bobby Horton

Bobby Horton CDs

"Ewe" Tide Gifts

Sheep Mug

Mutton Hill Sheep Mug

Tea Towel

2017 Tea Towel Calendar

Tote Bag

Mutton Hill Quilt Show Tote Bag


Mutton Hill Quilt Show Aprons

Wine Glass

Mutton Hill Quilt Show Stemless Wine Glass


Spicy Lamb Farm Wool Blankets


Mutton Hill Sheep Poster


Mutton Hill Quilt Show Coffee Mug

For The History Lover (What's On Our Bookshelves)


Greater Akron: Inventive. Industrious. Inspired.

Purchase this book at a special sale price over the holiday for $25 (typical list price is $60). Written by the Society's board chair, Dave Lieberth, this work is the most up-to-date and comprehensive history of Akron featuring industry, art and culture.

At Home On The Hill

At Home On The Hill by James S. & Margot Y. Jackson

Get to know Akron's Founding Family! The son of Akron's co-founder, Colonel Simon Perkins, and his wife lived on a farm one mile outside the town's borders. Here, they raised 11 children eventually influencing life in the city, county and the nation with their business dealings and ties to the abolitionist John Brown.


Cookies from Perkins Mansion published by the Summit County Historical Society

Sweeten the holiday with new recipes from our house to yours. Included in this booklet is the Society's famous Perkins Wassail!

My Dear Carrie

My Dear Carrie

This book provides an intimate account of a family in the ravages of the United States Civil War. George Pardee, as a citizen-soldier, faithfully writes his wife while they are separated during his service.

Greetings from Akron

Greetings from Akron: Celebrating Akron's History In Picture Postcards published by the Summit County Historical Society

Ruth Wright Clinefelter, Society Director Emeritus, shared her postcard collection for the publication of this book celebrating Akron's 175th anniversary in 2000. Step back in time as you stroll down memory lane.

A is for Akron

A is for Akron by Karen Starr & Joanna Wilson

One of our favorite picture books of our city. You'll love the way the authors arranged what they love about their hometown!

Walk Around Akron

Walks Around Akron: Rediscovering a City in Transition by Russ Musarra & Chuck Ayers

Celebrating the simple pleasure of seeing a community at a slow pace from ground level. Enjoy these touching stories highlighted with beautiful watercolors.


Rosie the Rubber Worker by Dr. Kathleen Endres

Filled with historical images and touching stories, this is a gift for anyone in the family and a great inspiration to us all.

Blimp Pilot

Blimp Pilot Terrorizes Akron and Other Hot Air by Bob Dyer

Pick up this book for the hard to buy friend or relative. It is laughter intertwined with thought provoking prose from a talented local journalist.

Bracketing the Enemy

Bracketing the Enemy: Forward Observers in World War II by John Walker

This is a poignant work and it importance has magnified as our World War II veterans numbers are declining. Add this book to your library about the greatest generation.


Gold Rush: The Overland Diary of Samuel A. Lane, 1850 edited by Jeffrey E. Smith

Take a trip across the United States with Lane, Akron's pesky reporter turned 49er who would later be Sheriff and write a history of the city.


Yours In A Hurry by Ann Otto

Using her ancestors' history, local author and community leader Ann Otto, has written a fast pasted history sharing the story of her relatives in Ohio and California. Maybe you've heard a place they named... Hollywood. Copies are signed by the author.


Soups, Salads, and Breads from the Perkins Stone Mansion

Warm up during this winter season with new recipes for soups and breads and then try the salad recipes when spring comes round in 2017.