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The Grover Museum, formally known as the Louis H. and Lena Firn Grover Museum, is a local history museum located in Shelbyville, Indiana, USA, and is operated by the Shelby County Historical Society, whose headquarters are located in the building. The museum has three rotating galleries and three permanent galleries, which are used to display artifacts that are historically significant to Shelby County, Indiana. The Shelby County Historical Society took over the building, which was previously the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge No. 457, in 1980 and opened the museum in 1981.

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  • Grover Museum
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  • The Grover Museum, formally known as the Louis H. and Lena Firn Grover Museum, is a local history museum located in Shelbyville, Indiana, USA, and is operated by the Shelby County Historical Society, whose headquarters are located in the building. The museum has three rotating galleries and three permanent galleries, which are used to display artifacts that are historically significant to Shelby County, Indiana. The Shelby County Historical Society took over the building, which was previously the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge No. 457, in 1980 and opened the museum in 1981.
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  • The Shelby County Historical Society Louis H. and Lena Firn Grover Museum
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  • The Grover Museum
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  • Alexander Krach
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  • Shelby County Historical Society
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  • The museum's logo
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  • Street parking, small lot behind museum
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  • Pam Wolsiefer-Leak
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  • The Grover Museum, formally known as the Louis H. and Lena Firn Grover Museum, is a local history museum located in Shelbyville, Indiana, USA, and is operated by the Shelby County Historical Society, whose headquarters are located in the building. The museum has three rotating galleries and three permanent galleries, which are used to display artifacts that are historically significant to Shelby County, Indiana. The Shelby County Historical Society took over the building, which was previously the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge No. 457, in 1980 and opened the museum in 1981.
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