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Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Museum


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Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Museum Over 300 rare and antique dolls are on display at the museum located in the Ardmore Public Library.

Eliza Cruce Hall came as a child to Indian Territory in 1896 and was the niece of the state's second commander-in-chief, Gov. Lee J. Cruce. The dolls can be viewed during regular library hours.


Address: 320 E St. NW
Phone: 580-223-8290

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