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Working Men's Institute & Library

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The library is on the first floor, while the museum is on the second floor. The exhibits are varied, with good labeling and information.
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On one of you visits to town. This was super interesting and intriguing. A very nice collection of artifacts and memorabilia. I’d recommend that you allow time for a visit.
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We found this imposing building and decided to check it out. It is the oldest continuously operating public library in Indiana and also houses a museum on the upper level. Admission is free, so come in and browse the books and check out the eclectic collection of items in the
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First, you will find a museum that is different in many aspects. Not often do you find the display of a complete horse skeleton with a description of its historic significance. Likewise the many other exhibit, giving a museum perspective that it truly unique. And it doesn't
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A must visit in New Harmony if you love learning about local history and if you love historic libraries. Downstairs is the library w current publications & upstairs is local historic art & curated exhibits including Paintings, furniture, transportation & local antiques and
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