We have a complete file of newsletters dating from the first one published in June 1980. These publications are an important repository of articles about Palmyra history and people as well as news about happenings in the time in which they were written. You can read them on-line or print them and read them at home.
Currently the online archive includes those published through Winter, 2015 except that the Winter 2011 issue is too large to be uploaded. It and more recent newsletters are available to society members.

The publication listed below are either about or written by Palmyra residents and represents a wide variety of topics. We sell these booklets for a nominal fee. Recent additions to the list are the booklets written by Terry Tutton: Muck Farming in the Palmyra Wisconsin, Area (2013) and Palmyra Springs Sanitarium and Mineral Springs (The fascinating and bizarre story of an era that put Palmyra on the map, 1875-1932). All of the publications listed below are available for purchase at the Gift Shop in the Turner Museum.

A Backward Glance, Indians: Volume 1George A. Lehnera narrative history of the area24 pages$4.50
A Backward Glance, Pioneers: Volume 2George A. Lehnera narrative history of the area32 pages$4.50
Before the River Bottom Goes ByIra “Flare” Fredricksenthe color and drama of small town Wisconsin life from the great   depression to the start of World War II142 pages$10.00
Blue Spring LakeRuth Ann Bartona realtor’s dream12 pages$3.00
Tails of a Cow DocJohn E. CrowleyDVM stories told by a veterinarian   who practiced in the Palmyra area for more than 50 years, Clan Crawley from   Dubuque, IA$10.00
Downtown Palmyra in the Early YearsRussell Jones and Ruth Ann Bartonphotos and descriptions of prominent Palmyra buildings in the late 19th   and early 20th centuries20 pages$5.00
Growing Up in PalmyraMary Tuttontwelve reminisces from 1925-194583 pages$10.00
Muck Farming in the Palmyra AreaTerry Tuttonfrom prehistory to the onion capitol of the Midwest with over 50   photographs46 pages$10.00 $15 with CD entitled “Palmyra Then and Now”
Historic Homes of PalmyraRussell Jones and Ruth Ann Muellerphoto book with descriptions of homes24 pages$5.00
Historical Gleanings of Melendy’s PrairieClara Howell Pierceearly settlement on the prairie near Palmyra42 pages$5.00
The History of PalmyraOlive Clarissa Lean and Ruth Ann Barton1842-192332 pages$5.00
History of Palmyra ChurchesRussell Jones and Mary Tuttonphoto book with descriptions of churches24 pages$5.00
Muck Farming in the Palmyra, Wisconsin   Area, from Pre-History to the Onion Capital of the MidwestTerry Tutton39 pages$10.00 $15 with CD entitled “Palmyra Then and Now”
My WarLawrence Thayera Palmyra soldier in the Pacific during WWII58 pages$10.00
Once Upon a Time in PalmyraRuth Ann Bartoncompositions, poems etc. from Palmyra High School students, 1897-196339 pages$5.00
One Unforgettable AdventureDale W. Muellerstories, letters and photographs from a longtime Palmyra resident112 pages$5.00
Palmyra Answers the Call in the Civil WarIra “Flare” FredricksenPalmyra soldiers during the Civil War and its Aftermath, 1860-193839 pages$6.00
Palmyra Answers the Call in World War IIIra “Flare” Fredricksen and Terry TuttonPalmyra men and women at war at home and abroad photos and military rolls39 pages$10
Palmyra ChurchesRussell Jones and Mary Tuttonphotos and brief descriptions24 pages$5.00
The Palmyra EnterpriseRuth Ann BartonPalmyra’s hometown newspaper, 1874-circa 198019 pages$3.00
Palmyra Springs Sanitarium and Mineral   SpringsTerry TuttonThe fascinating and bizzare story of an era that put Palmyra on the Map,   1875-193231 pages$10.00
Rails Through PalmyraWaring B. Hill IIIWisconsin’s first railroad, 1850’s-l962.29 pages$5.00
Room and Board and a Dollar a DayStewart E. Calkins“hired men” who worked in and around Palmyra and the 1930’s and 40’s19 pages$3.00
Reflections, or I’ll Write a Poem Every DayRuth Ann Bartonpoems by a lifelong resident and contributor to the society56 pages$4.00
The Sanitarium and Mineral SpringsGeorge Lehnerhistory of the spa and sanitarium that played an important role in the   community until 196212 pages$5.00
Schools of Our PastRuth Ann Barton and othersten country schools in and around Palmyra, 1840-186260 pages$5.00
60 Years of Flying in PalmyraNancy Van Rohraviation from the 1930’s-200322 pages$10.00
Some People from PalmyraRussell Jones and Ruth Ann Muellerphotos and short biographies of local residents from many walks of life36 pages$5.00
A Stroll Down the Main DragGeorge Lehnerlocation of Palmyra businesses over time10 pages including map$3.00
Water Over the Dam, Palmyra Then ‘til NowEda Roouan essay on changes in Palmyra over time12 pages$3.00
Yesteryear in Little PrairieRichard West Bakerclippings from the Palmyra Enterprise about residents in neighboring   Little Prairie151 pages$10.00
The Gray Book of RecipesPalmyra High Schoolcookbook24 pages$2.00
The Palmyra Heritage CookbookPalmyra Enterprisecookbook236 pages$6.00