|Once a jail, now a museum.|
|The Haigler pot on the left is one of only two known to exist with holes in the handle .|
You could spend hours pouring over the treasures here including
|Stars and bars battle flags.|
|the Burr bench doesn't look very comfortable for sleeping.|
The building itself is worth a look. Constructed in 1914 of poured concrete a la Frank Lloyd Wright, it was the town's first building with indoor plumbing. The bold might venture down to the basement where prisoners were housed, described as "a veritable hallway of ghost people".
Might look around town, too. This is the last place the Confederate treasury's gold was ever seen.
|Eager driver in search of a fire.|