Gone but Not Forgotten:
Remembering Lake Jackson's Early Businesses
On View Now
Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 4 PM
Opened in 1944 by C.L. Lee and W.J. De Ford Jr. On the back of the picture is written, "This is our store building & believe it or not it's white trimmed in pink - the inside is white trimmed in green."
This exhibit shines a spotlight on some of the early local businesses that were once an integral part of a vibrant community in Lake Jackson. From the mom-and-pop stores to family-owned restaurants and neighborhood pharmacies, each business played a significant role in shaping the town's identity.
"Gone But Not Forgetten" is on view on the second floor of the Lake Jackson Historical Museum. Admission by donation.