The Living History Museum located on White Oak Street shows how a simple farmer might have lived in the early 1900s. The museum features a small two-room frame house, an outhouse or privy, and several outbuildings including a shed, corn crib and barn.
This small house has two rooms — a combination kitchen, dining and living room — and a bedroom along with a front and back porch. At one time a family of six lived in this small house. Through local donations it also contains a large white-enameled cast iron wood-burning stove, period clothing, crocks, sideboard, dresser, wash stand and baby’s crib.
The house was donated by Rose Allen and Randolph Kelly.