WHO ARE WE? OUR ORGANIZATION SITE MAP
| Our Purpose
The Searles Valley Historical Society was founded in 1979 as a non-profit corporation. Its primary purpose is to bring together people interested in history, especially in the history of Searles Valley and the surrounding regions from the Argus Range to Death Valley. The Searles Valley Historical Society also strives to preserve the history of Searles Valley and surrounding regions for future generations. The society has several activities to achieve these goals, including our Old Guest House Museum, the Searles Valley History House, the Trona Railway Museum and the Trona Railway Caboose, and this internet web site.
The Searles Valley Historical Society also maintains the Old Guest House Museum as an "historical research facility." Historical records are retained by the museum for legitimate onsite historical research. The archive records available can be found through the following link ArchivesSitemap.html
|How do I join the Searles Valley
New members are always welcome. Dues are
To join, contact the Historical at the address given below, or telephone or e-mail us with your membership request.
| Our Future
The museum will continue to acquire historical information and artifacts that relate to Searles Valley and the surrounding regions from the Argus Range to Death Valley. Future projects include putting more of the historical records, including written documents and photographs, onto electronic storage media with indexing for more rapid access.
President Marydith Haughton
Vice President Virginia Morris
Secretary Debby Celaya
Treasurer Sharon Hartley
Board of Directors
History House and Curator
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Searles Valley Historical Society
P. O. Box 630
13193 Main Street
Trona, CA 93592-0630
Phone (760) 372-5222 e-mail
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Searles Valley Historical Society.
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This web site was assembled and is maintained by Jim Fairchild. Current
as of 03/08/2006