What's in the Store?
Get a DVD giving a 40-minute overview of the history of downtown, mills, one-log loads, railroads,
shingle cutting and helicopter logging. Postcards show everything from old buildings to railroads
and fashion. T-shirts depict our railroad history with railway company logos. Books let us learn about
our past through the writings of those who lived that past. All proceeds go toward maintaining our
collection of artifacts and photos.
Currently, online purchasing is not available. Drop by Sunday between 12 noon and 5 p.m. to see the
items and make a purchase.
Granite Falls History DVD or Video
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the incorporation of
Granite Falls, with this mix of photos and music highlighting
some of Granite's memorable moments.
The Everett and Monte Cristo Railway
A detailed history of the Everett and Monte Cristo Railway by
Phil Woodhouse, Daryl Jacobsen, and Bill Peterson
A Logger's Daugther
Growing Up in Washington's Woods
Memories of a young girl growing up in the hay day of logging
in the Granite Falls area, written by Joan Rawlins Husby.
Mother of Northwest Art
Margaret Callahan describes the Robe Valley summers of
world-famous Northwest artist Kenneth Callahan and his family.
Souvenir Museum Brochure
This full-color brochure gives you information about key
exhibits. Available at the front desk for free if you return it
before you leave. Purchase it and you can take it home with
Logos include Everett & Monte Cristo, Hartford Eastern, and
Size XXL - $14.00
Sizes XL, L, M - $12.00
Eight different pictures of historical Granite Falls on standard
U.S. Postal Mail cards.