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Rockdale Women's Vintage Clothing Display at the Rockdale Depot Museum

This display was presented by the Rockdale Historical Society with the assistance of the ladies of Rockdale.



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Rockdale Lady's Vintage Clothing Display at the Rockdale Depot Museum (March and April of 2010)


PRESERVING ROCKDALE'S PAST

In the interest of preserving Rockdale's rich past, the Historical Society is actively seeking donations of old photos, letters, and historical relics relating to the Rockdale area. These donations are at the heart of preserving our rich heritage. All donated items will be carefully inventoried, documented, donors identified and recorded and the artifacts will be integrated into wonderful displays of Rockdale's early history.

To make a donation, contact any of the Rockdale Historical Society board members or come by the Depot Museum during open hours (Saturdays 10-4 and Sundays 1-4 or call ahead for a special appointment-PHONE No. 512-446-2020).


Reliving Rockdale's Past through a Vintage Clothing Display

Due to the outpouring of local support, the Rockdale Historical Society proudly presented its latest display: Vintage Clothing from Rockdale's Past. Under the direction of current society president, Joyce Dalley, a spectacular display of early day clothing memorabilia was put together and the doors opened to the public. The vintage clothing display, shown during the months of March and April of 2010, brought back a flood of early day Rockdale memories and was one of the most successful historical displays to date.


Artist depiction of Sign from Miss Effie's Women's Clothing Store in early-day Rockdale.



Artist depiction of Sign from Hodges Men's Store in Early Day Rockdale



Vintage Clothing Display



Vintage Clothing Display



1800's Baby Doll & Carriage, Courtesy J.T. and Mary Ann Talley



Vintage Clothing Display



Vintage Clothing Display



Vintage Clothing Display



Vintage Clothing Display



Vintage Rockdale Ladies's Bonnet



Vintage Boy's Clothing Display



Frank Dympke Letter Sweater (1938).



ABOUT THE ROCKDALE I&GN DEPOT MUSEUM

The Rockdale I&GN Depot Museum is located in downtown Rockdale (111 N. MAIN ST.)in the recently restored former International & Great Northern Passenger Train Depot.

Dedicated to the preservation of our railroad and local history, the museum currently houses a collection of railroad and other artifacts relating to the early history of Rockdale and the surrounding areas. In addition to the fully restored passenger depot, the site has on display a Missouri-Pacific dining car, the 36 "Cheyenne Mountain", and a restored Missouri-Pacific (StLB&M) caboose. The site also includes an operating model railroad in O and HO scales, and an operational early-day blacksmith shop. For more information about the depot restoration project, see ROCKDALE I&GN DEPOT


Painting of the Rockdale International & Great Northern Railroad Passenger and Freight Depots and McVoy's Grocery and Feed Store across the street.


CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE DEPOT MUSEUM

MAILING ADDRESS: Rockdale I&GN Depot Museum, PO Box 778, Rockdale, Texas 76567 -USA
PHONE: 512-446-2020


PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 11 N. Main Street, Rockdale, Texas





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