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J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum (Images of America)

Larry Larkin

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ISBN 10: 0738594032 / ISBN 13: 9780738594033
Published by Arcadia Publishing, 2012
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Title: J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum (...

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

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In 1929, in a hotel lobby in Claremore, Oklahoma, a transplanted Arkansas sawmill owner named J.M. Davis decided to put his collection of 99 firearms on display. Since then, Claremore’s J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum has become an internationally known tourist attraction. Thousands of visitors per year marvel at exhibits featuring statuary, knives, swords, saddles, Native American artifacts, political buttons, World War I posters, and many other items―all in addition to the most extensive private collection of guns on display in the world. Through words and pictures, this book tells the behind-the-scenes story of the museum and John Monroe Davis―the man, his times, and his amazing acquisitions.

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Larry Larkin is a columnist for the Claremore Progress newspaper and a nationally published writer on historical and nostalgic topics. He serves as vice president of the Friends of J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum. Wayne McCombs, executive director of the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum, has authored or contributed to five books on Oklahoma baseball history. John Wooley, whose 27 books include Shot in Oklahoma and Wes Craven: The Man and His Nightmares, is a two-time finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award.

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