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Brady C. Jefcoat’s Museum of Americana has items representing American culture from the distant and more recent past. Opened in 1997, it contains the half of Jefcoat’s collection that was not auctioned off and is especially known for its 264 vintage record players and the country's largest collection of butter churns and irons. Despite the Smithsonian being receptive to his request to donate his immense collection, he chose Murfreesboro because the town was willing to display the entirety of his 13,000 treasures.