Welcome to a new season at
Turner Museum and Carlin House!

Open Saturdays 10-2

2017
Coming Events

Please see our Calendar of Events
for more information.

October 28
Deadline for Gingerbread House
contest entries

December 2
Christmas at the Museum
Dolls and Dollhouse Community Collection on display

December 3 thru April 2018
Museum closed for the season

NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
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 Palmyra Historical Newsletters

Newsletters from Fall 2015 to the present are available to society members. Want to become a member and get the latest news from the Palmyra Historical Society? Contact us using our Help Us tab and we'll tell you how you can join our growing number of supporters, to whom we extend a heartfelt thank you.

 

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The Palmyra Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible and always welcome.

Palmyra Historical Society
Main & Third Streets, PO Box 265
Palmyra, WI 53156-0265
(262) 495-4245, 495-2412
palmyrahistoricalsociety@centurylink.net
www.palmyrahistorical.org

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Photo Gallery

The Photo Gallery highlights a mere sampling of the many museum views and artifacts that make the Palmyra Historical Socitey proud.

Carlin House snapshots

    
Music Room                                     Parlor

A few artifacts in our collection

          
PHS letter jacket         Shangri-la jacket       Dr. Keithley's medical bag

    
WWII Nazi flag                                  Military uniforms

 

Past 2016 Events

Old Settlers' Day • July 24
This year's  Old Settlers' Day took place Sunday, July 24, at Village Park. Ike and Martha Parker were our honored couple at the oldest continuously celebrated event of its kind in Wisconsin. This was the 132nd consecutive Old Settlers' Day in Palmyra. 110 persons attended the event, which also included the 50th reunion celebration of the Palmyra High School Class of 1966.


Celebrants, Martha and Ike Parker

           
Martha and Jerry Parker             Jean Jones and Helen Dunshee  

   
Ike Parker and Leo Manogue     Members of the Class of 1966