Last updated: 4/6/2011
Lincoln, Kansas
Street Address
161 E. Lincoln Ave.
Lincoln, KS 67455
Mailing Address
161 E. Lincoln Ave.
Lincoln, KS 67455
phone: 785-524-5383
e-mail: rxmuseumist@yahoo.com
web: crispinsdrugstoremuseum.com
Hours
Open by chance or appointment. Call: 785-524-5383 or 785-531-1550. Email: rxmuseumist@yahoo.com or postrockscoutmuseum@yahoo.com
Admissions
No admission charged. Donations accepted.
Services
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Staff
Jack D. Crispin, Jr., prietor, Crispin's Drug Store Museum
phone: 785-524-5383
Kathie Crispin, Curator, Post Rock Scout Museum
phone: 785-524-5383
Description

Crispin's Drug Store Museum is a recreation of a small town drug store from the 1880 to 1920 period. On display are fixtures, bottles, medicines and tools of the druggist.

The Post Rock Scout Museum displays items from a number of youth organizations including Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Campfire Girls, Girl Guides, etc.

Mission

To preserve, display and educate to the public the artifacts pertaining to Kansas pharmacy history & youth organizations.

Artifact Collections

Kansas Pharmacy History; youth organizations

Research Collections

Kansas Pharmacy History; youth organizations

Educational Programs

Demonstrations and explanations of artifacts.

Governance

Crispin Antiquarian Foundation

Publications

Newsletter, at least twice a year

Services

Gift Shop

Group Tours

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