Here you will find a wonderful collection of memories: lunch buckets, milk bottles, a Hoosier Cabinet, wooden potato masher and several heavy irons. There’s a 1930 blue enamel gas iron that didn’t last long due to the danger it posed.
The wooden Gilmore Store signs were given by J.W. Clark whose plant office was located on the site at Maple Ave. and N. Walnut streets. Some other memorabilia: a milkshake machine from Brizzi’s Nut Shop, a thermometer from Travis Dept. Store which was on Market St. and a picture of Griffin’s Grandview Dairy Farm