Largo was first settled in 1843 along the McKay Creek, now in 2016 the City has a population of over 81,000
Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Largo Area Historical Society
Our September speaker:
Deborah Clark, Supervisor of Elections for Pinellas County. We will all want to be at the meeting to hear Ms. Clark talk about the upcoming General Election in November. Make to your plans now to attend.
Please Pardon us while we work on our new site…Some page are not updated yet, but we continue to work on the pages. Thanks for your Patience!
The Largo Area Historical Society is located in beautiful Largo Central Park at the Historic Largo Feed Store
President Don Forehand and wife Barb invite you to our next Historical Society Meeting on Monday, September 12, 2016 at 6:30 PM
Our next Meeting is on Monday, September 12, 6:30 PM
Special Friends come together at the monthly meetings of the Historical Society….
What Makes Largo So Special
Stroll through the park on a sunny day in Largo
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From our partners, The Pinellas Genealogy Society
Click the Pinellas Genealogy Button at the top of this page to go to the new Genealogy Page and news.
If you would like to find out about your family history or so many other things dealing with genealogy….check out the Pinellas Genealogy at the Largo Public Library…This is a great bunch of people who love to help you. Get started today.
The PGS can help you, give us a try.
Watch here for the next updates from the Genealogy Society.
Welcome to the Largo Area Historical Society website. We thank you for visiting us and trust your
stay will be both pleasant and educational.
Chartered under Florida laws on October 17, 1973, the Largo Area Historical Society is a
non-profit corporation whose purpose is to foster the appreciation and understanding of Largo’s
rich historical heritage by providing education, research, and preservation of historically significant places, documents and items.
The Society meets on the second Monday of each month* at the historic Feed Store located at 295
Central Park Drive behind the Largo Cultural Center. A pot-luck supper begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by guest speakers and a business meeting. We extend a warm invitation for all to join us for some old-fashioned fellowship.
On the first Saturday of each month,* the Society opens the Feed Store to the general public from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. We invite you to view our displays of historical photos and memorabilia. Come sit a spell in our old-fashioned rockers and chat with our historians about Largo’s past.
* excluding July and August