Is this a business or a museum?

Is this a business or a museum?

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You may expect it to be a store, but it’s not. The historical documents on display are part of Rusty Crossland’s collection, part of which is owned by the R.H. Crossland Foundation, which recently relocated to the Main Mall.
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An 1880 Colt 45 revolver once owned by Wyatt Earp in included in a case of relics. Rusty Crossland is giving us a tour of his new store, called R.H. Crossland in the Main Mall. It sells historical documents, old newspapers and such, including Civil War era stuff, signed baseballs and much more.
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This 1880 Colt 45 revolver was once owned by Wyatt Earp.
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The baseballs in this box were signed by Major League Baseball rookies of the year from 1948-2006, including this one by shortstop Al Dark.
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You may expect it to be a store, but it’s not. The historical documents on display are part of Rusty Crossland’s collection, part of which is owned by the R.H. Crossland Foundation, which recently relocated to the Main Mall. The collection is replete with Civil War and American history.
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Lee Harvey Oswald met his demise at the hands of Jack Ruby, as this historical newspaper says. At the lower left is a savings withdrawal receipt signed by Oswald.

Is this a business or a museum?

You may expect it to be a store, but it’s not. The historical documents on display are part of Rusty Crossland’s collection, part of which is owned by the R.H. Crossland Foundation, which recently relocated to the Main Mall.
An 1880 Colt 45 revolver once owned by Wyatt Earp in included in a case of relics. Rusty Crossland is giving us a tour of his new store, called R.H. Crossland in the Main Mall. It sells historical documents, old newspapers and such, including Civil War era stuff, signed baseballs and much more.
This 1880 Colt 45 revolver was once owned by Wyatt Earp.
The baseballs in this box were signed by Major League Baseball rookies of the year from 1948-2006, including this one by shortstop Al Dark.
You may expect it to be a store, but it’s not. The historical documents on display are part of Rusty Crossland’s collection, part of which is owned by the R.H. Crossland Foundation, which recently relocated to the Main Mall. The collection is replete with Civil War and American history.
Lee Harvey Oswald met his demise at the hands of Jack Ruby, as this historical newspaper says. At the lower left is a savings withdrawal receipt signed by Oswald.
If you go

An open house to display Crossland’s artifacts to the public will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. March 31.

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