• Main Street New Bremen Ohio - 1902

    The Interurban

    A view down Main Street New Bremen, Ohio.

  • Rabe Manufacturing

    Rabe Mfg. Co.

    New Bremen has a long history of successful businesses providing products and services to the community, region and the world.

  • The Miami Erie Canal, New Bremen, Ohio.

    The Miami & Erie Canal

    The Miami & Erie Canal looking North at Lock I in New Bremen, Ohio.

  • Civel War Veterans from New Bremen, Ohio.

    Civil War Veterans

    Civil War Veterans from New Bremen on Decoration Day in 1912.

  • The New Bremen High School built in 1930

    The High School

    The new New Bremen High School on Walnut Street built in 1930.

  • Featured Articles

    New Bremen History

    The Bloody Barn Battle
    The Lehmkuhl Hotel
  • New Bremen Historical Museum

    The William Luelleman House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the location of the New Bremen Historic Association's Museum. Designed by an unknown architect and built in 1837, it is the oldest structure in the village, and it has been ranked as a leading example of German architecture on the American frontier.

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  • Are You a Member?

    The New Bremen Historic Association is non-profit organization founded in 1973 and dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of New Bremen, Lock Two and German Township. We are always looking for new members... join today.


Share Your Memories

We welcome any memories you have about growing up, living in or visiting New Bremen.

  • 01July 2019

    Serving Our Country

    New Bremen is proud to have many of our citizens serve in the Military. Share your memories or the memories of a loved one who sacrificed for our country.

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  • 01July 2019

    New Bremen Baseball - 1950's

    Were you on this baseball team in the 1950's. Share your memories and help us identify everyone in the photo.

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  • 01July 2019

    The Electric Mule

    Beginning about 1895, electric interurban railways were being built in Ohio for passenger traffic. These lines also became important in local freight and...

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