Category:Hutchinson County Historical Museum

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Hutchinson County Historical Museum 
Instance of museum
Location Texas, United States of America
Inception 1977
Authority control

35° 40′ 21″ N, 101° 23′ 24″ W

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English: The Hutchinson County Historical Museum, also known as Boom Town Revisited, is a museum in Borger, Texas, with more than sixty exhibits spanning the period from the 16th-century expedition of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado to the Texas Panhandle petroleum boom of the 1920s. The museum, which opened in 1977, is housed in a two-story building constructed in 1927.

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