Official State Marker Grant Programs
Ohio Historical Markers
William G. Pomeroy Foundation proudly partnered with Ohio History Connection (OHC) in 2014 to provide up to twenty annual historical marker grants in the Buckeye State. The Ohio Historical Markers program, administered by OHC, began in the 1950s and encompasses 1,800 markers that tell the state’s history as written by its communities. These markers tell the unique stories of the people, places, things, and events that helped shape individual communities as well as Ohio and the nation.
Visit Ohio History Connection for a downloadable marker application, details about the program and a list of existing Ohio markers.
Missouri Historic Markers
The Missouri Historical Society (MHS) has been active in the St. Louis community since 1866. Today it serves as the confluence of historical perspectives and contemporary issues. MHS operates the Missouri History Museum, Library & Research Center, and Soldiers Memorial Military Museum. The William G. Pomeroy Foundation has partnered with the Missouri Historical Society to fund 50 historic markers associated with events, places, and people who shaped the St. Louis Metropolitan Region.