The Land Company built this building in 1916, and the corporation was dissolved in 1957. The building has the original tin ceilings, tile floors, and much of the furniture used by the Land Company officers. This museum is one of the few left in the Texas Panhandle that has guided tours, because most of the artifacts are in the open and in a room-like setting. It is situated just as the co-founder of the museum wanted it to be; a friendly, homey atmosphere. There are two floors filled with wonderful, well-cared for, furnishings and period clothing. It’s a great place to spend an afternoon where you can step back in time.