DISCOVER displays photos and descriptions of more than 250 individual historic properties. Local Landmarks (LL), Federal National Register of Historic Places (NR) and potential candidates (D) are designated. Use Search to locate a property by name, street or neighborhood.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Thomas Kay Woolen Mill, 1313 Mill St. SE, (NR)

This four and one-half acre site, once an important industrial area for woolen manufacture in Salem, has been restored for use as a historical museum. Also on the property are several representative buildings of the pioneer settlement that became Salem. They were moved here for preservation and offer valuable interpretations of local history. See the mill as it appeared circa 1910.

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