Quaker Heritage Center is located on the Wilmington College Campus and devoted to the history of Friends in Southwest Ohio and includes museum displays an attached recreation of a traditional meetinghouse and a reading room with a library.
Quaker Writings from the 17-19th Century, A catalog with many online texts
Peace Resource Center across the street from the Yearly Meeting Office houses a piece of world history in an "extensive collection of materials on the atomic bombings. It includes films depicting the tragedy unlike any previously seen in the United States, as well as photographs, documents, and testimonials by hibakusha, the A-bomb survivors." Recognition of this part of our history and searching for more peaceful resolutions to conflict may help our world to have a better future.
History of Lost Creek Friends (The oldest Meeting in Wilmington Yearly Meeting.)
Wilmington College Library's Contributions to the Greater Cincinnati Memory Project includes pictures of local meeting houses that are now gone.