We are pleased to announce that we have on display a wonderful, quirky collection of Penny Balch’s hats. Penny was a long time member and faithful volunteer of the Troutdale Historical Society who lost her battle with cancer last year. Her family has graciously allowed us to show off her vintage hats, along with some bags and gloves, too. Please join us and honor Penny’s memory by viewing her collection. In addition to Penny’s hat collection, we still have antique ruby glass on display. The ruby glass is being loaned to the Troutdale Historical Society by long time member and ruby glass collector, Doneva Shepard. Her collection includes dishes, cups and mugs, pitchers of all sizes, and a wonderful assortment of souvenir items. Since the Harlow House is a turn of the century house, it is a perfect venue for these fantastic collections. Anyone with an interest in ruby glass and/or vintage hats will not want to miss seeing these exhibits, and anyone who has an appreciation of beauty from the past will enjoy it too. The Harlow House Museum is open every third Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and on other days by request. The hats and ruby glass will be on display throughout the summer.
This home was built in 1900. The Harlow House is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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