On May 14th the 6th grade classes of Susan Webber and Carolyn Harriman visited the Fowler Historical Society in search of information on the history of buildings on Main Street.  Olive Rogge, Edna Carroll and Barbaralu Smith took the classes through the information that has been collected on these buildings then lead the groups on a tour of several blocks to point out places of interest such as where the old jail used to be, the bakery and the Mailer Hotel. Their interest coincides with the current project of the museum members, which is attempting to trace the history of each business building to its beginnings. Pictures and stories are greatly appreciated from anyone.


On May 14th the 6th grade classes of Susan Webber and Carolyn Harriman visited the Fowler Historical Society in search of information on the history of buildings on Main Street.  Olive Rogge, Edna Carroll and Barbaralu Smith took the classes through the information that has been collected on these buildings then lead the groups on a tour of several blocks to point out places of interest such as where the old jail used to be, the bakery and the Mailer Hotel. Their interest coincides with the current project of the museum members, which is attempting to trace the history of each business building to its beginnings. Pictures and stories are greatly appreciated from anyone.
 
New at the museum also is microfilm and reader from the Fowler Public Library as it was felt that the citizens from the museum better utilized the history from these files.  Every one is encouraged to make use of these on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday afternoons or by appointment.  Member’s names and phone numbers are in the window and available when desired.