CLARK HOUSE MUSEUM IS OPEN FOR TOURS, SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY 1-4 PM
The Clark House Museum collection reflects the unique history of a town on a lake. The collection includes artifacts from Native American settlement, farming, lake sports, the ice industry and life in bygone days. It includes the Clark Family collection as well as a vast collection from the estate of Robert J. Shaw, prolific radio and TV writer who wrote the popular Dallas episode, Who Shot J.R.
The Society members maintain the restoration of collections and for continuing to build a rich resource for generations of Pewaukeens to enjoy and learn from. Members receive the Pewaukee Area Historical Society Newsletter, are invited to participate in the organizational meetings and on committees.
E-mail your completed membership application form to firstname.lastname@example.org OR mail it to:
Pewaukee Area Historical Society
206 E. Wisconsin Ave Pewaukee, WI 53072
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All help appreciated!
If you have specific interests or areas of expertise or have questions, call (262) 691-0233.
But, we are a 501 (c)(3) organization dependent on donations to continue our work and continue free tours of the Clark House Museum. Your help is appreciated!