FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Museum of Law & Order Scheduled to Open 2/20/19 at 2112 S Coulter
Amarillo Attorney, Jesse Quackenbush has announced the upcoming Grand Opening of the Museum of Law & Order on February 20, 2019. The Museum is located at 2112 S. Coulter and shares space with Quackenbush Law Firm. Mr. Quackenbush will serve as the Museum’s Curator. Museum exhibits relate to law, politics, literature, film and art from the 1800’s until the present. According to Quackenbush, the Museum will be free and open to the public during his law firm’s hours of operation Monday thru Friday. Museum artifacts primarily focus on historical documents and letters of notable persons, including the largest private collection of letters of America’s most famous trial lawyer, Clarence Darrow. Also on display are letters, manuscripts, autographs, enscriptions or documents of the following prominent Americans: Sam Houston; Harriet Beecher Stowe, George F. Root; Susan B. Anthony; Pat Garrett; John Selman; Charles Goodnight; Martin Van Buren; Franklin D. Roosevelt; John Nance Garner; John F. Kennedy; Richard Nixon; Ronald Reagan; G.W. Bush; G.H.W. Bush; Dwight Eisenhower; Bill Clinton; Omar Bradley; Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Eliot Ness; Sam Rayburn; Preston Smith; Thomas Peck Ochiltree; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Robert F. Kennedy; Cesar Chavez; J. Edgar Hoover; Charles Chaplin; John Ford; John Wayne; Cecil B. Demille; Samuel Goldwyn; Louis Meyer; Elia Kazan; John Huston; Frank Capra; David O. Selznick and Sidney Lumet. The Museum plans to host guest lectures and documentary film screenings later this year. A schedule of events will be posted regularly at www.quackenbushlawfirm.com.
Museum of Law & Order, 2112 S. Coulter, Amarillo, Texas 79106
Contact Info: Jesse Quackenbush 806-374-4024
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.quackenbushlawfirm.com
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