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Meeteetse Veterans:
Images of Those Who Served

Permanent Exhibits:
Mike Crocker's Wild Sheep of North America
Made in Meeteetse: the Black-Footed Ferret
Meeteetse Mercantile
US Forest Service Cabin
The Saddle and Tack Room
The Victorian Parlor
Meeteetse Museum Outdoor Exhibit



Public Programming

Oral History Collection Program
The mission of the Oral History Program is to record the stories and detailed memories of former and current Meeteetse area residents. We are particularly interested in recording first-hand stories and remembrances from the early and middle twentieth century. If you would like to donate an oral history so that future generations can know our history, please contact the museum.

Photograph Digitization Project
Meeteetse Museums is currently working to digitize the area’s photographs. Once digitized, photos will be viewable on publicly accessed kiosks located at the museum. Digitization, which involves scanning and systematically recording information, is the best way of insuring that the public has access to its history. It also insures the safety of Meeteetse’s priceless historical images.