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The objectives of the MAHS shall be to preserve, maintain, and make available to the public a museum that shall house artifacts, records , and other materials relating to the history of the Molalla Area. This history shall include, but not be limited to, First Nation, Pioneer, and Settlement Era items illustrating the daily life of the earlier residents locality. Particularly, it's objectives shall be:
To preserve and maintain the buildings on the Dibble House Museum Complex: the Dibble House, the VonderAhe House and Summer Kitchen as rare examples of settlement era vernacular architecture; the Ivor Davies Hall as a memorial to the Molalla Union High School, and the Equipment Shed for housing relics of the past industry of the area.
The Dibble house museum complex grounds and buildings operate as a historical house museum and research center. It is owned and operated by the MAHS, which is a volunteer organization, with membership open to anyone interested in the history of the end of the Oregon Trail settlement era. We also house a research library and historical local newspaper collection. We are open to the public from April through November on Friday and Saturday afternoons, and by appointment at any time for tours, research, school groups, and visiting groups.