Donate to the Historical Society.  For the Trolley Fund, please designate "Trolley" in the comments.








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.

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

Wishing you a Prosperous

and Happy

New Year!

2019 Community

Calendar is IN!


"Made in Salem"

Cost:  $12 (includes tax)

Available at

  • our Gift Shop
  • Salem Computer Center
  • UPS Store
  •  by mail

We are continuing to take        

donations for our new trolley.    



All donations of any size are welcome and greatly appreciated. Money can be donated by sending a check payable to The Salem Historical Society, memo "Trolley Fund", and mailed to 208 South Broadway Avenue, Salem, OH 44460. OR you can click on the donate button on the side bar to make an electronic payment from either a PayPal account or a major credit card.  OR just stop into our offices at the Dale Shaffer Library (entrance across the road from the United Methodist parking lot) during our office hours of Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9am to noon.

If you have ridden our trolley recently, you are aware that our 1987 Trolley is in desperate need of a replacement.  We are in the midst of a fund drive to raise at least $50,000 before the end of the year to help cover the expected the cost of a replacement at about $175,000!  As a 501(c)3 charitable organization, we depend on funds from our friends, neighbors, and supporters to continue our service of providing tours to share Salem's rich history.  Each year, over 1,000 passengers including school children, out-of-town visitors, and residents ride the trolley to see the Salem homes that were part of the Underground Railroad and to visit locations where significant historical events have happened.  We are very proud of our Quakertown Trolley!
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The Salem Historical Society

Membership
Gift Certificate
The annual community calendar, which has been prepared for the last several years by the Salem Historical Society, is using the theme “Made in Salem.”  This edition of the calendar features all photographs in full color:  Mullins Manufacturing Company, Grove Chewing Gum, song writer Brooks Bowman, The Farm and Dairy, nationally recognized artist Charles Burchfield, Theiss Aviation, The Quaker Mule Tractor, the baskets of Strotter Brown, Deming Pumps, Ella Thea Smith-Cox "Exploring Biology" book, Wirsching Organ Company, Woodruff Stove Company, and Salem China. The cover features the elk at Grandview Cemetery made by the W. H. Mullins Company.  All photographs were taken by David J. Shivers, the Society’s curator. The price of this 2019 calendar is $12.00 which can be mailed if desired.
If additional information is needed, contact the Society at 330-337-8514.
The Salem Tourism Advisory Board recently donated $15,000 to the Salem Historical Society for a new trolley. From left, first row, William Dawes, Camille Franzen, Janet Keene and Audrey Null of the tourism board; and Ginger Grilli, Judi Allio, Gloria Judy and Kim Goll of the historical society board; second row, Kris Danklef and Dan Engle of the tourism board and David Hughes and David Stratton of the historical society. (Salem News photo by Kevin Howell)
THANK YOU - SALEM TOURISM ADVISORY BOARD!!

Community Support for

The Trolley Fund

Our Trolley is Closer to Becoming a Reality!


From The Salem News 12-31-2018.  Click here to see full article