Guy Albion Historical Society was formed in 1978 to promote interest in the history of the area and to
preserve and display historical artifacts, documents and photos in the
museum. The Society maintains the Dee Harrison Museum--two rooms on the second floor of the Albion Community Center. In the museum, you can survey scenes of Albion in early-day photos, hear the voices of earlier times recorded in extraordinary letters and documents, and learn the many stories of the Palouse region's past through the exhibits. Our two main events each year
are the Pie Social held on the first Saturday in April and the pot luck/annual meeting on the first Sunday in October.
If you are interested in helping in the museum or want to donate historical memorabilia, documents or photos, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, please allow a few days for a response.