Crawford County History Museum adds murals to its “Three floors of History”

 

Students Return to Historic School Building…

Students once again inhabit the old school building.

Students once again inhabit the old school building. The bookcase was painted around a storage door giving the mural an added dimension.

Students are back in school at the Crawford County History Museum at 308 N. Smith Street.  As the building is a former school, museum officials decided to use a “school theme” when the murals were painted in the staircase area.

Cuba High School graduate Julie Nixon Krovicka painted the murals.Krovickapreviously painted the murals and signage at the Main Street Bakery and Café and mini-murals at Frisco’s Pub & Grill.She painted the image of her father on Viva Cuba’s Millworks mural.

A July 2 edition of the Cuba Free Press ran an article “Museum goes back to school’ (see threeriverspublishing.com).

Museum tours are available to groups by appointment.  Call the museum at 573-885-6099.

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The old school desk sets in front of the mural.

See “20 Things to do in Cuba, Missouri Route 66 Mural City…”

 

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