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Hall of State
at Fair Park
Tue-Sat – 9a-5p
Sun – 1p-5p
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call 214-421-4500
Admission is FREE
Please come visit!
Volunteer docents
are needed! Call
Charlie Russ

Click on any of these links to see more of
the fabulous pieces held by the AMmA.

Edwardian Millinery Vignette
Early Texas Rooms
The Music Room
1/4″ scale Bed & Breakfast
Amish Scene

Edwardian Millinery Vignette

Turn of the century English shop. Antique fabrics and laces are used for the displays on the shelves and counter.

Made in England.

Crafted by Pam Ruddock

Donated by Lauran Stevens
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Early Texas Rooms

The two rooms shown above are just part of a series of twelve rooms 
which depict the life of the common folk of Texas from 1798 to 1915.

Researched and crafted by Harold Roberts

From the collection of Mr. & Mrs. Harold Roberts

The Music Room

The Governor is having a lovely visit with the ladies during their afternoon tea and musicale in this reproduction of the Music Room in the Old Governor’s Mansion in Sacramento, California.

Donated by Marie & Joe Biehl

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1/4″ Scale Bed & Breakfast

Created in the style of the Arts & Crafts movement, this display features Stickley furniture,
William Morris wallpaper and a Tiffany stained glass door.

Crafted by Samantha Murray

From the collection of the Bernice Stevens Memorial Trust

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Amish Scene

A miniature portrayal of today’s dress and transportation mode in the Amish area of mid-Pennsylvania.

Crafted by Marie Biehl

Donated by Marie & Joe Biehl

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American Museum of miniature Arts

Museum Exhibit Location:
Sharp Gallery in the Hall of State 
at Dallas’ Fair Park

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 800434
Dallas, Texas 75380

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