If you’ve been to the museum, you’ve seen the Woodliff Building, but you might not have heard its story! Frank Woodliff Jr. Talks about his father’s endeavors, including the novelty store, in his multiple oral histories. Take a listen here!
Pictured below on the right is library director Dora Witt shelving Churchill County Library books in 1967. Currently the Churchill County Museum is having an epic book sale where you can buy a mixture of vintage and modern books for very affordable prices. Come by and check it out!
Pictured below are the Beef Cookoff winners of 1981 holding their winning recipe book. Right now, at the Churchill County Museum we have countless cookbooks and books all about food, for sale for only 1$. Come support your local museum at our fundraiser book sale!
Pictured below is Harrold Bellinger standing in front of his Cleaning and Pressing store front in 1922. If you are interested in heirloom laundry equipment, come check out our Blue Monday exhibit.
Toys have changed throughout the years, but our love for them stays the same. The Churchill County Museum has quite a collection of vintage toys out on display that we would love to share with you. Pictured below are school students in the 1980’s with their beloved stuffies.