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Wichita County Heritage Society and Kell House Museum [TX]

The Wichita County Heritage Society preserves and presents the history of Wichita County. The Society operates the Kell House Museum, a restored 1909 neo-classical home, that, according to the Society's website, "features distinctive architecture, original family furnishings, textiles, decorative arts, and historic costumes."

The Kell House Museum offers exhibits, guided tours, and occasional recreational and educational events. The website offers visitor information for the Kell House Museum, a history of the society, an events calendar, and an online version of the society newsletter.

 
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