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Grandma Bert poses with the South Carolina State Museum in the background.
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A children's museum was located adjacent to the State Museum.
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It was called "Edventure"
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The planetarium.
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Grandma and Grandpa had intended to visit the military museum, but it required an addition entry fee. Grandpa was too cheap to pay it.
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Adjacent to the main entrance were several exhibits of artwork that represented the types of things one could see in the museum.
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The museum your grandparents did not visit.
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This fossil is displayed exactly the way it was discovered.
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Grandma Bert photographs an information sign near the Curved Dash Oldsmobile automobile.
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Model of the USS Wasp from which Jimmy Doolittle began his famous bombing raid on Tokyo several months after the beginning of World War II.
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Scale models of B-25 bombers on the flight deck of the Wasp.
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Model of B-25 bomber of the type flown by Doolittle's Raiders.
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Full-scale model of a cotton mill making thread.
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Powering the Hunley submarine.
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Powering the Hunley submarine.
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