Click Any Image or Title Below if You Would Like to Know More...A Real Life Time Machine...
This Watch Master G-11, watch-rate recorder, is truly a time machine...All About Butter ... Or Is It the Churn???
Representing the Daisy Churn Company, these three butter churns display a few examples from the heyday of churn technology.Arriving at the Chair: Shave and a Haircut?
Where the barber's pole may invite you in, it is the chair that says welcome. The barber's chair is a well known and widely recognized icon. It is the epicenter of the barbershop. It immerses you into a world of history and lore.Railroad Date Nails
These railroad date nails represent a period of greater than 75 years of monitoring rail ties.Harry Lemaire's Piano
This Schulz upright piano belonged to Harry Lemaire (1861-1962), Texas Tech University's first permanent band director from 1926-1934. Lemaire was the composer and arranger of "The Matador", Texas Tech's school song.John Wesley Mooar's Buffalo Gun and Camp Tools
This Sharps sporting rifle, caliber .40-90 (serial number 159765), belonged to John Wesley Mooar (1846-1918), hunter, freighter, and hide merchant.Maytag Gasoline-Powered Washing Machine
This Maytag washer, ca. 1940, was owned by Fred Jobe, who operated Lubbock's first self-service laundry establishments in the 1940s.State of the Art
What is State of the Art? The truth is that “State of the Art” reflects the most advanced state of technology in any given area of invention, at any given moment in time. What it reveals and means to you, however, can be another matter entirely.Tweed Silver Tea Service
This tea set was owned by William Marcy "Boss" Tweed (1823-1878), from the 1850s until his death in 1878. Tweed was the central figure in the 1860s New York City Tammany Hall corruption scandals.