Folsom History Museum to debut “Extraordinary Collections” exhibit

09/17/2013 5:15 PM

09/17/2013 5:26 PM

This Saturday the Folsom History Museum debuts a most unusual exhibit of pop cultural iconography.

Vintage Barbie dolls, “I Love Lucy” lunchboxes and Michael Jackson figurines are just some of the off-beat private collections to be featured. Visitors will also find collections of antique radios, cash registers, sewing advertising cards, railroad lanterns and other artifacts. More than 20 individuals have lent their treasures for the exhibition which runs through Jan. 5.

Free parking is available on Sutter Street and at the nearby city garage.

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