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The A. R. Bowman Memorial Museum is a local history museum located in Prineville, Oregon. Opened in 1971, the museum is situated in the old Crook County Bank Building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is run by the Crook County Historical Society and shows the history of Crook County and central Oregon.

The museum is named after Arthur Ray Bowman, a businessman and civic leader. He created a successful title and insurance company in Prineville, the county seat of Crook County. Bowman was very active in many civic affairs throughout his life. He served as a County Judge for the County of Crook from 1936 to 1942. He died in 1970, and leaving a great legacy of business success and civic responsibility.
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