While much of our collection must be stored (approximately 65%!) due to space restrictions there is much to see. As you enter the 223 N. Clark museum you will see a corner honoring local historian, the late Ralph Gerhard. Also, see memorabilia from Moberly’s Centennial in 1966, a “railroad corner” with many smalls relating to the railroad, a shoe-shine chair from the Moberly Union Station, a locomotive bell and diorama of the “Allen, MO” depot depicting a Civil War event. Other important exhibits include baseball, including the contributions of a number of black Americans from this area, commercial store and building displays, schools, and, lots more.