March Matchness!Help us make our financial goal to raise $20,000 through a two-to-one challenge match to develop our new MERCILL ARCHAEOLOGY CENTER. Mark James Mercill MemorialJackson native Mark James Mercill passed away on January 3, 2014. His family requested that the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum set up a memorial in his name. Donations made in his memory will be used to create the Mercill Archaeology Center which is in the works for the log cabin at 105 Mercill. Summer volunteer opportunitiesAs the busy summer season approaches, we need volunteers to be museum docents, retail store staff, walking tour guides, program presenters, and hosts for the Wyoming State Historical Society annual Trek Weekend June 20-23. Free book when you become a member or renewTo show how much we appreciate our members, when becoming a new member or renewing your existing membership, we want to give you a free book! Consider giving the gift of a JHHSM membership. Find great gifts at the Museum Store!See our wide selection of gifts, historic photographs, or books. We have the best selection of Jackson Hole history books in the entire region, as well as a large selection of Native American, fur trapper, Wyoming history, women’s chronicles, and Western heritage titles! (John Wayne book actual size 11" x 14") Request information on photos by numberTown of Jackson, June 1, 1907. Hilltop view to southeast. 1958.0225.001 View sampling of 16,000 photographs – see Shop in menu aboveJenny Lake school bus, 1941. From left: Roan Horse Smith and Lew Smith had the school sled contract, and Lida Gabbey was a teacher at the Jenny Lake School as well as Postmistress at Jenny Lake. 1958.0497.001 A Brief History of the Jackson Hole Rodeo by Clayton CadenRodeo is as much a part of the history of Jackson Hole as the mountain man, dude rancher and every other character to enter and inhabit this valley. Learn More about the history of the Rodeo with this Online Exhibition. Photos available for sale online or at Museum StoreJackson All-Woman Town Council, 1920. From left: Mae Deloney, Rose Crabtree, Grace Miller, Faustina Haight, and Genevieve Van Vleck.