The Marshall County Historical Museum, located in the Hardison School Annex, was established in 1996 by the Marshall County Historical Society. The museum houses artifacts of Marshall County and its residents. Exhibits include primitive tools, a loom, spinning wheel, examples of handmade furniture, medical apparatus and instruments, World War I and II memorabilia, vintage clothing and jewelry, ladies hats created by Jack McConnell, old quilts, a Marshall County fossil collection, a churn, butter molds and scales, numerous old photographs, and thirty-seven years of the Marshall County Historical Quarterly. The museum is governed by a board of directors composed of members of the Historical Society. Volunteers oversee the daily operations of the museum.
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