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The Royal Oak Historical Society Museum is a
 non profit organization
run by volunteers and funded soley by donations.

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Remembering Royal Oak


Current News

Exhibit schedule for 2015.

Guest Column
The History in Old Telephone Books

Volunteer Information

  Special Events


Pancake Breakfast


Royal Oak Historical Society Museum
presents:
Our 4th Annual
Car Show
and Commencement of Michigan’s
Automotive Heritage Month

The Cowbell Classic races will start and finish at the Museum along with
setting the world record for the Most Cowbells Ringing!
More information at cowbellclassic.com


The collection of Robert Edwards original automotive concept art will be on exhibit,
along with the automobile tempura paintings of Jerome Biederman.
Music by Chris Wietzke and Jaime Burean.
Food, popcorn, fun and games provided by, the Museum and
The First Congregational Church of Royal Oak.


Saturday August 1st, 11AM to 5PM

Car Show registration fee: $20.00.

Register now by entering the information of your vehicle then
clicking on the paynow button.


Make, Model, Year


Click Here to download and mail you registration form
.

Dash plaques given to first 100 entries.


All proceeds to the Royal Oak Historical Society Museum
and the First Congregational Church of Royal Oak

The Royal Oak Historical Museum will have on display views of
Woodward Avenue as it appeared in the 1900’s to its
present day image.




            Lumber Barons
 

We are happy to accommodate Boy and
Girl Scout troops, Cub Scouts, and
Brownies for private tours.  The Museum is a great learning activity for the Classroom or any
Club or Organization.
To arrange for a group tour on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays please contact
the Curator by phone,
248-439-1501 or email curator@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org



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. 

248.439.1501 or via email at: curator@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org


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:
curator@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org

The Royal Oak Historical Society emails:
curator@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org


president@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org

programchair@royaloakhistoricalsociety.org

The Historical Society Museum
at the

Northwood Fire Station
1411 W Webster at Crooks
Royal Oak, MI 48072

Click to View Map


Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.


Historical Society Museum
Gift Shop


Historical Society Museum

Extends Special Thanks to

Emagine Royal Oak
Town Tavern- Bill Roberts
Holiday Market
FX Architecture-Frank Arvan
Buttons Rent-it
Chuck Bennett- Bloom Construction
Andrew Androff- Professional Movers Inc.
Roy & Paul Painting & Decorators
Frentz & Sons Hardware
Hermman's Bakery
Leonard Bros.Data Management- Paul Leonard

Darren Bossenberger -Ideation,
Signs & Communications

Chet's Cleaning Inc

Upscale Graphics

Click on above links to visit contributors web sites.

Please patronize these local businesses.

Major Contributors

Linda M. Penney and David G. Penney PhD

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