• Indian Artifacts,
• Extensive Lewis & Clark display,
• Old tools,
• Hand- made clocks from various South Dakota trees and crafted by a local artisan,
• History of moving the town of Pollock,
• Pollock High School memorabilia,
• Newspaper clippings from the 1880's to the present,
• Monthly display of local interest,
• Old Pollock High School yearbooks,
• Antique organ,
• 1911 cash register formerly housed in “Old” Pollock drug store
• Obituaries from 12/12/1888 to present.
A highlight for visitors is a three-dimensional painting which includes a buffalo made from flint and arrowheads and native grasses. Also displayed are bank calendars dating from the 1920's.
• Etched coffee mugs
• tee-shirts and sweatshirts
• 2001 History Book supplements
• Cd's with pioneer stories
• High School Yearbook DVDs (1950-2008)
DVDs of the Pollock Centennial Activities (2001) are available at the Pollock Visitors’ Center. One DVD costs $10.00, two DVDs, $15.00 and three DVD’s, $20.00. The titles of the DVDs are: “Memorable Moments,” (Centennial play with script available), “Pages of the Past “ Style Show showing the clothing worn in the early 1900s, (with script), “Centennial Parade” (announced by Bill Meyer). Students that were in grade school and high school in 2001 participated in the Centennial play plus many members of the community. It is enjoyable to listen to and see the story reenacted of Pollock’s history presented by the members of the Pollock community in 2001.
The Pollock school annual DVDs are also available for sale: one DVD has the annuals from Pollock School from 1950-1989, the second DVD has the annuals from 1990-2008. The cost of one DVD is $10.00, the cost of two is $15.00. If you would like us to send a DVD or a set of DVDS, please contact the Pollock Visitors’ Center at 605-889-2450 and leave a message or send your request to the Pollock Visitors’ Center, P.O. Box 57, Pollock, SD 57648. We will have to add a charge for the postage and envelope which will be around $2.00.
DISPLAYS CHANGED FREQUENTLY
2021 Schedule of local short term displays:
The Pollock Visitors’ Center will open April 4.
The displays at the Center for April through May will be a collection of hats, gloves, purses and Easter baskets.