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The Paine-Gillam-Scot Museum is located on the courthouse square on Maple Ave. in St. Johns, Michigan.

Open Wednesday and Sunday afternoons May thru December. Closed holidays. Special events by appointment.

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106 Maple St
Saint Johns, MI 48879
(989) 224-2894
pgsmuseum@hotmail.com

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Sherry Jewell permalink
    September 21, 2009 5:06 pm

    The map is very easy to read. I do not see any dates, days of the week or time posted that the Museum is open. Am I over looking this information?

    Thank you,
    Sherry

  2. Tom Schaefer permalink
    July 12, 2011 1:23 am

    My father grew up in Riley township, he was born 1925. He recently passed away and my mother gave me some old artifacts he had kept. I have a Clinton County newspaper dated 1920, its pretty delicate and I haven’t opened it up. The head lines are about a major tornado that went through Fowler. I am trying to see if any historical society around Clinton County would like to see it or have it. Do you have any contact information that I might use to get a hold of someone.

  3. Rachel Smith permalink
    January 8, 2013 4:03 am

    Hi. I just moved into a home, in Saint Johns, that dates well over 100 years old. I was hoping to look into the history of the home as well as any history surrounding the home. I also have some pictures of an old street lamp out in front of the house, but I believe that it was once a very old steel windmill. Does anybody know where I might be able to find out more information surrounding my home and my lamp/windmill?
    Thanks you,
    Rachel

  4. Gwen Markham permalink
    August 20, 2013 3:46 pm

    Hi – I have a book created by my grandmother, Delia Bixby. It documents the St. Johns High School Class of 1911 through the 4 years they were in class together. It includes photos, essays, names of students and teachers, and other interesting St. Johns information. I live in Novi and would be willing to bring it to the museum if someone would be interested in taking a look at it.

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