Micke Building Exhibit

Micke Building

The Museum’s first exhibit building opened in 1971 and is named after William G. Micke on whose original land Micke Grove Park sits.  Many interesting artifacts in this building include a horse-drawn camp wagon used to take camping trips to Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, a peddler’s wagon, and other horse-drawn vehicles.  Major industries, such as dairying and grain production, are also highlighted in this building.

Photo by James Johnston