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  • Writer's pictureLawrence Lore

New Exhibit Cases

Our Native American exhibit is not yet complete at the History Center but we wanted to go ahead and thank Pat Strange for the beautiful vintage glass and wood case, Drew Darnold for building our new table, and the Lee Russell family and others for their Native American artifacts found in Lawrence County. WE realy appreciate these donations.

These beautiful antique stacking barrister file cabinets originally were part of the Lawrence County Courthouse "furniture", and are probably well over 100 years old. They were given to the LCHS Research Library and will be used to house our many collections of small things, like military medals, handbags, and jewelry just to name a few. We thank Amber and her group of extremely careful movers in the relocation process and particularly the "powers that be" in knowing how much we will treasure this item.


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