Salem's Labor Temple stood on the North Side of Center Streets between High and Liberty Streets from 1944-1963. Built in 1927, the building original served as the Fraternal Temple -- a meeting place for local fraternal orders before being bought by the local labor council in 1944.
Merritt Davis Business College was a private professional school in Salem, Oregon founded in 1941. It operated under several names until 1944.
Advertisement. Oregon Magazine. December 1924. WHC Collections 2008.038.0048b Salem Gets Stage Terminal The bold headline read on August 7, 1921 in the Oregon [...]
Chemeketa Lodge No. 1, Oddfellows I.O.O.F. Detail. I.O.O.F. Letter head from certificate. WHC Collections, 2012.077.0023. Three decades after [...]
Letterhead for Obed Dickinson's Seed Business. WHC collections 2015.018.0042. I have found there is an almost eerie phenomenon that happens working in [...]
Introduction to the history of Loganberries in and around Salem, Oregon.
City of Salem Art Collection Crescent Probe by James Hansen. Photo Source: Unknown - published in the 2006 Salem Online History Project [...]
Salem Federal Art Center at 460 North High St. photo credit: Multnomah County Library, John Wilson Collection An opportunity [...]
Movies Got a Slow Start in Salem This summer’s exhibit at the Willamette Heritage Center looks at how technology changed our community between 1880-1920. [...]