The Frank & Velma Johnson Ralston Archives Museum is a 501-C3 non-profit organization established to preserve the history of Ralston and to contribute to the education of Ralston citizens and general public in the historic, civic, charitable and cultural development of Ralston, Nebraska.
The museum was originally started as a library board project in the periodical room of Ralston’s public library when it was located on Park Lane. It moved to various locations until the new museum was built by volunteers in 2001 at its current location at 5615
Woodlawn Avenue. It is run by volunteers. The Museum is open the 3rd Sunday of most months or by calling City Hall at 402-331-6677 to
arrange a visit.
CONSTRUCTION BEGUN – AUGUST 2001
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED – JUNE 2002
BUILDING DEDICATED – JULY 3, 2002
Pictured: Frank Johnson with daughter LaDonna Johnson at the Frank and Velma Johnson Ralston Archives Musuem
Meet the Officers
At Frank and Velma Johnson Ralston Archives Museum, our team of elected board officers is intent on giving you the best experience we can provide. We are highly grateful for our committed volunteers — without them, our museum wouldn’t be the place we all know and love.