|Part of the museum is arranged like an
old country store. The shelves are filled
with cure-all medicines, house wares,
cooking utensils, and wood-working tools.
There is a penny candy counter, an ice
box, and farming equipment. A 19th
century Regina music box plays beautiful
tunes, and mannequins don period
clothing. Most of the items in this vast
collection are on loan from Vaughan and
Ruth Noble of Richmond, Virginia.