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Powers Museum

1617 W Oak Street
Carthage, Missouri

Phone: 417-358-2667 --

Statement of Purpose:

Local history museum devoted to Carthage, MO post Civil War period to end of 20th century.

Museum of Carthage history. Rotating exhibits on various topics. Collection features clothing, holidays, professions, music and more.

Highlights & Collections:

Rotating exhibits on local history and selected decorative arts subjects.


2001_Calendar_of_Events = Late fall/winter: Carthage 1900 (Main Gallery Exhibit)
2002_Calendar_of_Events = At the Start of a New Century: Carthage 1901-1905
Spring & Summer
New Quilts from an Old Favorite: Bear's Paw
Fall (traveling exhibit from Museum of the American
Quilter's Society)


Season: March 1 to December 23
Tues.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 (hours subject to change in 2001)

Admission & Directions:


Take Oak Street west from Garrison Avenue (main N-S street in Carthage).  Follow Oak Street to western edge of town; across from Municipal Park.


Key Personnel:

Michele Hansord, Director/Curator

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