David Stratton shares one of the      


New Book Titles Available

in our Gift Shop        

to visitor Tilly Snyder Frantz      



The Salem Historical Society’s gift shop is always on the lookout for new material of the Salem area and interest.  Along with the large volume of Salem resources, new titles have recently been made available in time for your holiday shopping. 

The historical book “Lost Youngstown”  describes the loss of the many area industries over the years. 

For those interested in ghostly stories, we have “The Ohio State Reformatory” and “Murder & Mayhem on Ohio’s Rails” .

Because of the connection with Alan Freed, a Salem resident and leader in the Rock & Roll Era, “Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Roots” is now available.

Consider stopping at our gift shop for a great selection of materials dealing with Salem’s historical interests.  We are open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings 9 to noon.
Gift Certificate

Roundtable

Thursday, December 7, 2017  

2-4 pm


Share personal memories of Pearl Harbor Day.  Where were you?  How did this affect your life? 


If you have personal memories to share, please call us at 330-337-8514 


The  public is welcome to come to hear the memories of those who lived through this significant event.

The Salem Historical Society
Main Entry for Meeting Room and Gift Shop in the lower level of
Dale Shaffer Research Library

239 South Lundy
Salem, OH
(330) 337 - 8514
TheSalemHistoricalSociety@gmail.com

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The Salem Historical Society

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Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday  9am-noon

Offices are located in the upper level of the Dale Shaffer Research Library


Mailing Address:
208 South Broadway Ave
Salem, OH 44460


Tours

Weekly Sunday 1-4pm

Monthly 3rd Tuesday 6-9pm
(May through October)

Tours are also available by appointment, call 330-337-8514

Tours begin at the front door of the Pearce House at 208 South Broadway.

Trolley Tours begin at the lower level of Dale Shaffer Library on South Lundy Ave.

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