MAHS Complex

We are honored to have a wonder property that includes our more treasured past.  Come and explore the Dibble House, the oldest pioneer house in the area and one of the few remaining Salt House designs.  Each building is fully furnished with actual historical items from our past history, including the Molala's and the Pioneers.

The crown jewel of the society, the Dibble House is a fully period furnished house dates back to 1856, and remains one of the finest examples of existing early pioneer homes still in the area.

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The Vonder Ahe house was built only a few years later in 1869, and houses a number of period artifacts and the paper media archives of the society.  Research and genealogy studies are available.

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The Ivor Davies Hall has been constructed using many of the architectural details of the lost grand Molalla High School that was destroyed in the 1993 earthquake.

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Ruth McBride Powers (1903-1995) - Made it all happen. Recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, she Ruth Powers is greatly credited for the preservation of the Dibble House.

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