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Yolo County Historical Society, Spring Lakes School, and Hattie Weber Museum [CA]

The Yolo County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Yolo County, California. To this end, the society operates the Spring Lakes School and the Hattie Weber Museum. The school is used to introduce students to education and the school experience circa 1890. The Hattie Weber Museum presents the local history of Davis, California and the surrounding areas. The museum is named after Davisville's first paid librarian, who began her career in 1906.

The society offers educational programs for students in the Spring Lakes School, and exhibits and school tours in the Hattie Weber Museum.

 
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