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The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact. - Picture of National Pearl Button Museum, Muscatine

Photo: The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact.

The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact.
The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact.
The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact.
The National Pearl Button Museum has two floors. The first floor delves into the history of the pearl button industry and its influence on the community. The second floor is home to exhibits developed by community sponsors that detail their history and impact.
Visits to the museum can be self-guided or visitors can enjoy a guided tour by museum staff or volunteers.
Muscatine, Iowa has a rich history in the clamming and pearl button industries. Exemplified in this sculpture - "Mississippi Harvest" by artist Erik Blome - the pearl button industry still remains a vital piece of this river community's history and heritage.
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