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New Item Joins Display At Main Street Museum
Now on display at the Escalon Historical Society Museum on Main Street is this two person buggy, donated by the Charlie Hall Family. Photo Contributed


A two-person buggy that belonged to the Meyers Family was donated to the Escalon Historical Museum by the Charlie Hall Family.

Annie Hall, wife of Charlie, had been a Meyers. Her father was Jacob Meyers for whom the park in Riverbank was named. Charlie’s son Mahlon Hall was a casualty of WWII and is one of several such military members displayed in the Military Corner of the Main Street museum. The buggy is now prominently placed, above the display windows just inside the front door of the museum.

Operating hours for the museum are Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No admission is charged, but donations are gratefully accepted.