Cowboys and Indians

What happens when a museum founded by “America’s Favorite Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry” takes over “the Southwest Museum of the American Indian, with its neglected world-class collection of 250,000 objects”? According to the New York Times you end up with a successful mix of “realism and fantasy, skepticism and enthusiasm.”

It almost makes sense, but I think I’ll have to see it to believe it…

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  1. If you’re ever stuck in Branson, MO you should check out the Roy Rogers – Dale Evans Museum. It’s like wandering around their attic.

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