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The Santa Fe Trail Center museumís collections contain over 35,000 historical, archival, and archeological artifacts. The museum collections are related to the Santa Fe Trail era, early Pawnee County, and settlement in the early 1900s. Settlement artifacts include farming, business, household, and recreational items.
The Santa Fe Trail Center archives consist of over 7,000 photographs and 2,300 Glass Magic Lantern slides; manuscripts and diaries; school records and voting records; and papers from businesses and organizations. Also housed are the Pawnee County and Santa Fe Trail Association records.
The Santa Fe Trail Centerís library and archives are free and open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during regular hours. They are closed if the Curator is unavailable, so it is advised to make arrangements before visiting.
If you have a question related to the library or archives, please e-mail the Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org.