Autry Museum of the American West

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Built-up by singing cowpoke Gene Autry, this extensive, misjudged gallery offers contemporary viewpoints on the history and individuals of the American West, just as their connections to the present culture. Changeless presentations range Native American conventions to nineteenth-century cows drives, day by day outskirts life (search for the perfectly cut vintage cantina bar) to outfits and ancient rarities from Hollywood westerns. Blockbuster impermanent shows spread topics including Route 66, the 1960s and ’70s Chicano paper La Raza and Native American craftsman Harry Fonseca.

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