The Lamkin Museum

category : Museums
The Lamkin Museum
to Tornado Disaster - May 4, 2007
The Lamkin Museum is a privately owned museum with rocks, geologic specimens, dolls, civil war memoriabilia, sea shells, dishes, and typewriters being just a few of the over 75 various collections.

Hours: Open by Appointment Only.
Address: 419 W. Morton
Phone: 620-723-2409

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The Lamkin Museum

Prior to Tornado Disaster - May 4, 2007

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