Harmon County Historical Society Museum
The Harmon County Historical Society Museum in Hollis has a wide variety of displays detailing the history of Harmon County. Harmon County, which is the 76th county in Oklahoma, was carved out of Greer County by vote a of residents in 1909. Visitors to this unique museum will see rotating displays and exhibits of works from local artists. Other artifacts include dinosaur bones, covered wagon and blacksmith shop displays.