For sale: set of 10 separate post cards from the world famous Paul
Eakins Gay 90s Village Museum. We have unearthed some unused post
cards from the historic Paul Eakins Gay 90's Museum in Sikestown, MO,
started in 1957 by the Eakins family. The museum no longer exists
and closed in the mid 1970s.
Post cards include the "World's largest Indian trading post - souvenirs
and gifts - home of nickelodeons of yesterday - see and play the worlds
largest collection of restored nickelodeons - war drum restaurant -
Texaco service - Shell service - American Express credit cards accepted",
as the color photo card of the outside of this museum reads.
Band organs showing the Emperor Belgian band organ, Sadie Mae, Madam
Lara, and Sadie Mae, showing Paul Eakins himself, Seeburg KT Special,
Mills Violano Virtuoso, Coinola, Link, Wurlitzer Harp, Tangley Calliope,
Seeburg G, Sextrola, Hupfeld Phonoliszt violin piano, band organs, music
boxes and more.
All cards are new and unused, from the 1950s or 1960s. The set of ten
can be purchased, for $20.00 postpaid in the USA, at Born Too Late
Antiques and Collectables, 268 Professional Pl., N. Ft Myers, FL 33909.
Bill Endlein - Born Too Late
N. Ft Myers, FL