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Antique organ donated to museum

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

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The Lake City Museum received an antique organ from Pat Qualls. Pictured with Qualls are Lake City Mayor Billy Anderson and Jerry Freeman, assistant museum curator.
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The Lake City Museum has a new display thanks to the generosity of Pat Qualls Taylor and her son, Brett Qualls. The 125 year old organ not only looks good, it still plays beautifully.

The organ was donated to the museum in memory of Bill Qualls and W.O. Qualls.

"We appreciate the gift," Jerry Freeman, assistant museum curator, said. "We accept items donated to the museum and items on loan for the public to view."

Anyone wishing to donate or display antique items of interest may contact Freeman at 237-4699 or Brenda Hutchison at 237-4666.

The Lake City museum is open every Wednesday from 1:30 to 5 p.m.



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