Find out how our great-grandparents lived when Oswego’s Little White School Museum presents “At Home in Oswego’s Past,” a special exhibit that runs from now through April 5.
The museum is at 72 Polk St., two blocks from Oswego’s historic downtown business district.
Visitors to the exhibit, which fills the museum’s Roger Matile Room, will discover the home life of Oswego area residents during the late 19th and early 20th centuries through rarely seen photographs, documents and artifacts from the museum’s extensive collections.
The home life exhibit has been mounted by museum volunteer Stephanie Just, with the assistance of assistant museum director Bob Stekl and museum staffer Sarah Kimes.
“Our series of special exhibits mounted in-house give us a chance to pull a number of our seldom-seen artifacts, documents and photographs out of storage for the community to enjoy,” said museum Director Roger Matile. “And the special traveling exhibits we bring to the community help enhance the story we tell of the Oswego area’s rich history.”
“At Home in Oswego’s Past” will be open daily during regular museum hours, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
The Little White School Museum operates under a joint partnership between the nonprofit Oswegoland Heritage Association and the Oswegoland Park District.