Christmas at the Museum
Royal Oak Historical
Museum Pays Tribute to Korean and Vietnam Veterans
Watch the Video
Thank you Dennis Elliott
for the Photos
Legion Riders Color Guard Present the Colors
The Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial
On display at the
Muesum thru April
Mayor Jim Ellison Announces Grand Opening of the
Photos on loan by area veterans and their families,
featuring military life and the lives of native
Asians, along with military uniforms, paraphernalia
and documents from that time.
Memorials to local MIA soldiers will also be
featured along with memorials to Michigan military
personnel on loan from the Frankenmuth Military and
Space Museum, Frankenmuth, Mi.
The exhibit runs November 11 through mid-April 2014.
Museum hours are 1pm till
4pm, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Private group visits may be arranged by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call
the Museum at
The Historical Society Museum is located at 1411 W.
Webster, Royal Oak, MI 48072 near Crooks Rd. in the
Northwood Fire Station.
Click to View Map
Come celebrate Christmas at the Museum, opening at
1pm till 4 pm on Sat. Dec. 7.
Santa will be here to
greet the children with a small gift for each child.
Santa will also be at the
Museum on Saturday Dec.14 and Dec. 21.
Several Trees will be decorated with trimmings from
the 1950s and 1960s like the ones used during the
Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War.
We will have several trees, a Charlie Brown Tree,
even a silver tree like the one that was trimmed in
the Bien Hoa hospital and a children's Tree with old
fashioned games to play in the Library of the
To arrange for a group tour during hours the Museum
is not normally open please contact the Curator by
248-439-1501 or email
------------- ATTENTION -------------
The Historical Museum is always
looking for photos of Royal Oak, from the 1800's
to the 1980's, to add to our archives. We are
seeking views of businesses, historic homes,
prominent people, and public buildings, in Royal
Oak and along historic Woodward Ave.
If you have any photos to share with us please
contact us at the Museum.
via email at: email@example.com
If you would like to
submit a column about Royal Oak history, or
growing up in Royal Oak please contact Muriel by
phone at 248.439.1501 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extends Special Thanks to-
Tavern- Bill Roberts
FX Architecture-Frank Arvan
Chuck Bennett- Bloom Construction
Andrew Androff- Professional Movers Inc.
Roy & Paul Painting & Decorators
Frentz & Sons Hardware
Bros.Data Management- Paul Leonard
Signs & Communications,
All of our moving
Please patronize these local businesses.
Linda M. Penney and
David G. Penney PhD