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 [...]
Original wooden structure of the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill destroyed by fire in November 1895. A fire devastated the Thomas Kay Woolen [...]
A devastating explosion. The fate of three men hanging in the balance. A catalyst in the life of one. It was a late afternoon in [...]
Marion County Juvenile Court Facility WHC Collections, 2009.076.0001, folder 9 In November of 1960, Marion County voters approved a measure to build a facility [...]
Teen Interpreters Faith Danner and Kayla Burns researching their historic characters. WHC Each June after the proverbial school bell rings in summer [...]
Collection Overview In 2017, the WHC received a large donation of drawings from the former Salem architectural firm Payne Settecase Smith/Architects, and subsequent [...]