Circa 1890 view of the west side of 200 block of Commercial St. with harness shop sign visible on roof above the location [...]
Oregon State Police - Salem division, circa 1935 photo credit: Oregon State Police, MPI-002 In a powerful, tough-on-crime 1931 inaugural speech, Governor Julius [...]
Willis and Mary Moe Skiff of Union, Oregon photo credit: WHC Shelton Collection 2019.013 In some respects, it was the perfect scenario [...]
Salem Federal Art Center at 460 North High St. photo credit: Multnomah County Library, John Wilson Collection An opportunity arose this past [...]
Join the Club! An Exhibit at the Willamette Heritage Center January 24 - April 18, 2020 40/8 Salem Voiture. WHC [...]
Working at the Mill Thomas Kay Woolen Mill Employees. WHC M3 2007-010-0013 The Thomas Kay Woolen Mill operated from 1889 [...]
Biography of Amos Barker - Wet Finisher at the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill.
Salem was the first Police Department in the Pacific Northwest to adopt the use of radar to catch speeding motorists.
Life in the Prohibition By Kira Kinney When the word Prohibition comes up, most people have a vision of 1920's flappers in [...]