- Historic Sites
Robert M. Conrad Research And Educational Center
The Robert M. Conrad Research and Educational Center was built in 1997 by Mrs. Hawtense Conrad in honor of her late husband, Robert. This facility not only expands the opportunity for research and educational programs, but provides the space for a growing library, a showcase for changing exhibits of historical interests to display the Society's artifacts and collectibles, a classroom/lecture hall/meeting room, and a space to preserve the thousands of photographs and newspaper clippings dating back to 1877. In addition, the Society maintains a growing collection of approximately 100 oral history videos that can be viewed at the Center.