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Montgomery County History Center

Montgomery County History Center

2700 North 4th Street, Red Oak, IA, USA

Year Built:

2006

Architect:

Unknown

Style:

Prairie Style

History

Completed in 2006, the Prairie-Style museum is not the same turn-of-the-century as the others in this guide, but houses many of the artifacts that Red Oak’s and Montgomery County’s history has handed down. Permanent exhibits are the Thos. D. Murphy Calendar Company and the Wilson Concrete Company. Also included are temporary and ever-changing displays, traveling exhibits and lecture series.

Explore the historical fabric of downtown Red Oak

73 Historical Buildings, 1 Historical Site, and 8 Historical Objects.

The Red Oak Downtown Historic District has a story to tell. Each individual building itself might not have a depth of historical value, but the woven fabric threaded between each building by commerce, community, fire, and war decorates a story that must be shared.

Inside of a downtown business

Red Oak Branding Kit

Align your marketing campaigns with the City of Red Oak's new branding; Red Oak - The Heart of Southwest Iowa.