The Hoiles-Davis Museum, operated by the Bond County Historical Society, had an open house Tuesday night.
A nice crowd of local residents attended the event to see the various exhibits in the museum, several of them new for 2016.
Society President Kevin Kaegy said it was a great event. He said many volunteers had put in many hours preparing displays, which feature a Military Moms’ display of current service personnel; historical artifacts from local businesses; Charlie Berger, a bootlegger and gangster, who was alleged to have been connected to the November 1926 bank robbery in Pocahontas; and Dr. Katherine Luzader.
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Another new exhibit at the museum focuses on the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Greenville Bicentennial quilt is on display.
Items have been added to the Abraham Lincoln area.
Museum hours, now through October 31st, are Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon, and Sundays from 1 to 3 p.m. Appointments can be requested by calling 664-1590 and leaving a message.
The museum is located at the intersection of Winter Avenue and Fourth Street in Greenville.