New at the Gray Library
A Potter’s Progress: Emanuel Suter and the Business of Craft, Scott H. Suter
Scanning project of Old Salem institutional ephemera has made the Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Johann Leinbach Journal and Erika Huber’s translation of the Aufseher Collegium available online. Another resource that was originally prepared in 1994 reviewed many of the diaries and records of the Moravians and created a compilation of mentions of African Americans in Wachovia/Salem.
Old Salem’s Anne P. and Thomas A. Gray Library houses materials on Moravian history, southern decorative arts and material culture, and social history of the antebellum South. The Library contains over 20,000 cataloged volumes, including books, periodicals, rare books and manuscripts, and microforms.
Frank L. Horton Museum Center 924 South Main Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Tuesday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Please see the Research page.)
In order to serve patrons better, the library staff strongly suggests appointments. To make an appointment, please contact the Librarian.
The library’s catalog can be accessed by clicking here.
Wachovia Residents Database
This card file contains information on the over 2500 residents who lived in Wachovia, most of whom were born prior to 1830.
Historic Photograph Collection
Old Salem’s Historic Photograph Collection includes thousands of images taken from the 1850s through to the restoration of Salem in the 20th century.
Many images have been digitized and are available through the Digital Forsyth project.