WHAT'S A FENCE RIDER? That's founder
WHAT KINDS OF DISPLAYS ARE THERE? People interested in the Wild West will like the display of more than 100 types of barbed wire and period tools, the American Indian diorama complete with feathered headdresses, and a chuck wagon. For history that hits closer to home, there's an exhibit about
WHAT ABOUT DRAIN'S FLAGS? His trove starts with a French flag from the New World and ends with the 50-star red, white and blue flag in use today.
AND OTHER NON-WESTERN STUFF? Other exhibits include antique cameras, an old-time drugstore scene, a railroad car, old clothing, a cannon, phone booths and an old-fashioned telephone switchboard, military uniforms and vintage toys, including Barbies, board games, checkers sets, Howdy Doody dolls and Chatty Cathys. Plus, more than 100 foreign flags hang from the ceiling.
WHEN IS THE HISTORICAL CENTER OPEN? You have to make an appointment or drop by Saturday
WHAT'S THE ADMISSION PRICE? It's free, though a
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 989-427-5222.
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