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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is an independently-funded nonprofit museum dedicated to preserving and sharing Harrison’s presidential legacy and largely hidden collection of more than 10,000 historical items. The collection is composed of original Harrison family artifacts and accessioned artifacts of national significance.  Through the collection, the Presidential Site preserves and interprets personal property, papers, and historical documents relating to Benjamin Harrison, his service to the state of Indiana, and his service to the United States. The collection is cataloged according to standard museum best practices. Unique artifacts relating to Benjamin Harrison span the decades and connect to various other family members, politicians, public figures, and over 20 other U.S. Presidents. The materials range widely, e.g., political and White House memorabilia, letters, documents, historic photos, household goods, clothing, original artwork, etc.

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