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Old 08-05-2019, 11:25 PM
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St. Louis used to have a bowling museum. About 10 years ago, it was relocated to Arlington, TX. I saw it while visiting St. Louis some years back, and found it quite interesting even though I'm not much of a bowler.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intern...g_Hall_of_Fame

There's a Wizard of Oz museum in Liberal, Kansas. It's part of their county museum.

http://www.dorothyshouse.com/

The first college of chiropractic has a museum, concentrated in the main building but exhibits are scattered throughout the campus. I've been there, and it's very interesting to see how the profession changed over the decades, and especially the participation of women. Let's face it - when it was invented, it was as good as anything. Unfortunately, too many of them still think so.

http://www.palmer.edu/about-us/histo...its-residence/