124 South Berkshire
Crosbyton, Texas 79322
Phone: 806-675-2261

The Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center contains the Crosbyton Chamber of Commerce office, a Transportation Exhibit, an old fashioned soda fountain, the “Prairie General Store” and the “Prairie Ladies” exhibit that the facility was designed to honor. The original Lamar/Lowrie Building was rehabilitated through the work of the Rio Blanco Heritage Foundation and grants from several organizations. Families also contributed funds to honor their matriarchs as one of the original Prairie Ladies listed below:

Maud Ruth Lemonds Work Lucyle Noble Chappell
Jean Marie Stapleton Parkhill Nella Fowler Parker
Lena Eades Moore Linnie G. Hardesty
Maude Mae Mosley McClure Frances Elizabeth Irwin Ellison
Georgia Mae Smith Ericson Vi Anne Atwood Cherry
Zona Inez Cherry Brian Minnie A. Sheldon Smith
Annie Anthony Jordan Gladys Bosworth Moore
Billye Marye Hopping Stockton Clara Gertrude Brasell Ellison
Cora Shadle Reed Janelle Reed Snodgrass
Lena Faye Verett Moses Rachel McClure Taylor Powell
Vera Alice King Rogers Esther Murray Wheeler
Bonnie Lee Moore Flemins Rubye M. Collier Nickson
Bessie Q. Covington Joplin Florence Terry Edwards
Priscilla Ann Richardson Marsh Josie Lorene Powell Robertson
Mary Willis Baker Burrows Romaine

Chamber of Commerce
Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center
(124 South Berkshire)
Crosbyton, Texas 79322
Brenda Davis, Chamber Director

The Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center and General Store

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