Museum Society of Willows
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Willows Museum
     
     The Museum Society is a non-profit corporation, is an organization of volunteers whose purpose is to collect, preserve, and exhibit items of historical interest; to foster the appreciation of the historical background of Willows, Glenn County, and the surrounding area; and to enrich the museum through funds which are derived from various types of donations, membership dues, endowments and bequests.




Our "Walk Through History" with a local elementary school are in our photo tour

Exhibits cover subjects such as:
Wintun Native Americans in early Glenn County,
Agriculture, including cows, sheep, wheat, rice, row crops, and orchards;
Daniel Zumwalt and Railroad;
Dr. Hugh Glenn, Wheat King;
Water Irrigating the Valley;
Home Sweet Home;
Fashion through the Years;
Civic Pride and local politics;
School Days; Smoke Jumpers and the Forest Service;
Early Medical Doctors;
Some of the prominent people in Willows history;
Newspapers;
Office machines;
Waterfowl; especially "HONKER" Geese in Glenn County . . . . and . . . . more!

The Museum occupies the 1911 Andrew Carnegie Public Library building, an example of Temple variation Classic Revival architecture.