The Albany Regional Museum has an extensive collection of Albany
memorabilia, photos, documents and artifacts. The museum
enhances existing exhibits, adds new exhibits, and rotates
others on an ongoing basis.
NEW EXHIBIT UP NOW
Albany Celebrates Over 100 Years
of Women’s History
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Welcoming of all ages, this
exhibit continues the centennial celebration of voting
rights for women in the State of Oregon.
November 30, 2012 marked the 100 year anniversary of
Oregon's Equal Suffrage Amendment. The exhibit
covers the over 40-year-long local, statewide, and
national fight, the major players involved with those
effort, and a history of women’s equality movements in
the 20th Century.
Multimedia components in the exhibit will help to tell
the story of women’s suffrage.
Notable women throughout
Albany and Oregon’s History from pre-incorporation time
to now are featured as well.
Oregon's Mother of Suffrage
An exhibit on Abigail Scott Duniway, Oregon's Mother of
Suffrage, is now open at the Albany Regional Museum.
This is only the first installment of the programming we
will be offering this fall and winter on the topic of
the Women's Movement; as we in Oregon celebrate the
100th year of women having the right to vote.
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In Honor of our Veteran's:
WWII Veterans Exhibit
Also showcasing some WWI and Civil War Memorabilia
EXHIBIT UP NOW
The History of Girl
Scouting in the Albany Area
Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout
Troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Ga.
This exhibit is a
collaboration between an OSU Intern and community members.
All objects on display are on
loan from private collections
Some items include :
Images from the local girl scout chapter scrapbook
Uniforms and Badges over the years
Girl Scout Dolls
- Brief History on the Girl Scout movement
nationally, and a brief history of the local
Are you a girl scout?
Or are you a girl scout troop leader?
We provide tours and can customize tours based on earning badges
of your preference. We have a meeting space that can be rented
Volunteer! We are also a great way to build your community
Under 16 must have parent with
them when volunteering.
Click to follow links to :Girl
Scout of America
Girl Scouts of
Oregon & SW Washington and on
Contact information for
Girl Scout Service Unit 26, serving the greater