Offers an 1880s horse-drawn buggy, historical material on the area's prominent families, and equipment used by early undertakers such as old caskets, grave liners and cooling boards. The building, across from city hall, was originally an early 1900s dry-goods store. Open May–Sept. 1–3 p.m. Tue. a...
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