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Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center

The Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center contains the Crosbyton Chamber of Commerce office, a Transportation Exhibit, an old fashioned soda fountain, and the "Prairie Ladies" exhibit 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. P1010078
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, and Mary Willis Baker Burrows Romaine

Chamber of Commerce
Prairie Ladies Multi-Cultural Center
204 West Aspen
Crosbyton, Texas 79322
Phone: 806-675-2301