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Huber Machinery Museum


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Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard, backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward Huber's other early steam and gasoline tractors and road-building equipment.


Address: 220 E. Fairground St.
Phone: 740-389-1098

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Huber Machinery Museum

Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard, backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward Huber'

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