Come by and see us at the Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum! Thursdays and Saturdays, 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
We are located at 404 North Walnut Street in Pierce City, Missouri.
The Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum is open Thursdays and Saturdays, 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
(The museum will reopen May 2014 - feel free to contact City Hall to request a tour!)
Contact Pierce City Hall to arrange a tour if you or your group cannot visit us during our regular hours.
Pierce City Hall - 417-476-2323
Stop by the Pierce City Branch (David H. Jones Library) of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library system to see the Pierce City mural "Pierce City Remembered" which hangs in the community room.
The mural depicts scenes from Pierce City history and was painted by Carthage artist, Sherry Pettey. Sherry is a member of the Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC).
The mural was donated to the library by the Pierce City Arts Council.
Maybe you can help us solve a mystery! (MYSTERY SOLVED)
We had been looking for information on the whereabouts of the bell from the old bell tower for over a decade.
Murray Bishoff solved the mystery! He discovered a notice in a 1942 edition of The Monett Times that the 500 pound bell was donated to a scrap metal drive that year. Presumably for the war effort in WWII. A notice also appeared in the Pierce City paper about the scrap metal drive.