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Tomah Historical Room

Tomah Historical Room

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Located at 1112 Superior Avenue in the heart of downtown Tomah, the History Museum catalogs the history of Tomah. . . including displays from Tomah native son Frank King, creator of the nationally syndicated comic strip "Gasoline Alley". Visitors will also find displays on early Tomah industries and businesses, including railroad and lumber years, agriculture and cranberry operations. Admission is free. The museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday, 1:00pm - 4:00pm, Closed Sunday & Monday. May thru October


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