Our Mission and Purpose

   The Robbins Historical Society and Museum's mission and purpose is to Research, Collect, Preserve, Display and Educate the  world of the extraordinary history of the people of Robbins, Illinois and it's historic 1931  All-Black Airport.  The first Black Airport  in U.S. History that was Built, Owned, and Operated by certified African-American Aviators in Robbins,IL and is the true embryonic beginnings

of the now famous TUSKEGEE AIRMEN. Ten original  Tuskegee Airmen came from Robbins, IL 


        The First Black  Astronauts at NASA  owe  their careers at NASA  to TV/ Movie Actress

                                                  Nichelle Nichols from Robbins, IL


Financial Reports

              The Robbins Historical Society & Museum is a Not-for-Profit

                  501(c)3 Cultural Educational Institution in Robbins, IL  U.S.A. This

                Robbins Historical Society was first established in Sept.1980, It was

                re-established as a Museum in 1999 as Robbins Historical Society Museum.

                Located at  3644 W. 139th ST.  P.O. Box 1561  Robbins, IL  60472


               The latest Financial Reports for this organization filed with the U.S.

               Internal Revenue Service for Fiscal Year beginning July 1,2015 and

               ending June 30,2016 are freely available to the general public as well

               as any earlier Financial  reports by written request to:  

                                        Finance  Director

                                        Robbins Historical Society & Museum

                                        3644 W. 139th ST.  P.O. Box 1561

                                        Robbins, IL  60472


                             You may also email your request for a copy to: 








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