In the window at Camas Antiques, several pieces of Mill History are still on sale. Stop by the corner of 4th and Birch Street in Historic Downtown Camas to view the display of what remains of the collection. Thank you to the generous donation of Georgia Pacific, our community has enjoyed access to Mill antiquity. Circa early 1900′s these wooden patterns in a myriad of shapes became the molds for the many parts of mill paper making machines. Fast forward circa 2010 and we have collectors’ art for repurposed uses. These historical artifacts have been priced to sell so that community members may proudly showcase them for a long time to come. Each piece is a one of a kind used for one purpose at a time throughout the Mill’s history. Soon, the remaining pieces will be sold to a wholesale auction.
Come on downtown to view the original Paper Makers and own your piece of Camas Mill Antiquity!