Newberry County is a place rich with history and tradition.Â
We invite you to share our stories and explore our history
through the exhibits at the Newberry County Museum.
before 1920, please let us know.Â We are not asking for them to be donated, but just for
the opportunity to scan and preserve the records contained for future generations. Of course,
donations of the material are always welcome, but we understand how dear these
records are to the families.
In The News…
FARM HISTORY – Jim Clamp works an old machines as members of the Historical Society moves
the late Bill Ballentine’s equipment to the fairgrounds for display. Newberry Observer, June 11, 2009
Society In The Newberry Observer
Donate Items Today!
If you don’t want to donate your original item, please donate a copy.
We use Sun PrintingÂ for our copying needs.
A special “Thank You” to all of our friendly citizens who have donated to our Museum.
Items include artifacts from Mollohon Mill, a quilt rack, Confederate money display, a rocking
chair, photograph of the West End Band, a tobacco twist and other items.
What’s in your attic?
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We can use any advertising of a Newberry County business.
This includes photos, letterheads, advertising give-a-ways,
shopping bags, matchbooks, menus, etc.
If it has “Newberry” written on it, we want it!
We can also use any Newberry County political items.