Great News! The 1914 Capac Grand Trunk Depot
to get a
Michigan Historical Marker!
From the Michigan Historical Commission: “A synopsis of your marker application was presented to the Michigan Historical Commission at their June 10 meeting. They agreed that the site has historical significance and qualifies for a Michigan Historical Marker.”
Fundraising has begun for the Historic Marker.
The Capac Historical Society Members
wish to thank the following people and businesses for their generous contribution for the
Capac Depot Michigan Historical Marker
Dr. Robert Charles Glapinski DO
Select Accounting and Tax Service
Your tax deductible donations for are graciously appreciated.
CAPAC HISTORICAL SOCIETY EVENTS
August 11, @ 1pm Capac Historical Society Museum Board Meeting
August 30, @ 2pm It’s a Potluck Picnic!
September 8, @ 1pm Capac Historical Society Museum Board Meeting
September 26, Special Smithsonian Museum Day is being planned!
October 1o, Fundraising Fall Dinner – $15 per person
Guest Speaker: Jim Hoover: Hiking the Appalachian Trail
Collecting And Preserving Area Chronicles
Open Monday thru Friday 12pm to 3pm. Sunday 1-4pm.
Want to be kept updated on Museum Events?
Want to learn interesting tid-bits about Capac from long ago?
Become a friend of the museum on Facebook – click on this link
and click “LIKE” when you see the pic of the depot!
Capac Historical Society Museum Mission:
- Provide a meeting place for those people interested in local history.
- Publicly promote knowledge of the history of the Capac Community.
- Promote appreciation of the history of the Capac Community.
- Procure articles deemed worthy of preservation.
- Provide safe storage and display of these articles.
Address:401 East Kempf, Capac Michigan, 48014
Please leave a message, we will return your call as quickly as possible.
Visit the Capac Historical Society Museum Publications Page
2015 Raffle Quilt Get your Ticket Now!
2015 Raffle Quilt – Tickets $1 each or 6 for $5 – tickets available at the Museum
In the News – Tri-City Times November 6, 2014
Great Article by Doug Hunter about Albert Glassford and the Capac American Leigon Post
1957 Capac Centennial DVD – Cost $10 EACH
Available for purchase at The Capac Historical Society Museum
Capac’s oldest telephone book from 1938 is now available online!
One of the Capac Historical Society Museum’s Treasures has been scanned and is available for your family research and enjoyment! The 1938 Your Town Telephone Book includes advertisements for local businesses, church photos, names, addresses and even lists the housewife’s name! You can even check out the Awesome Fire Alarm Code! Go ahead ~ take a peek inside! Leave a comment below if you like it!
Capac Museum 1938 Phone Book