Libby Museum: Dr. Henry Libby was a dentist during the late 19th/early 20th centuries who overcompensated for having his hands wrist-deep in people’s disgusting mouths all day by amassing an impressive and varied collection of natural and anthropological artifacts and oddities, including taxidermy, Native American items, and these mummy hands. Eventually, the collection went on to become the Libby Museum, a seasonally open, one-room collection in a small, dedicated building in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. See more.

Libby Museum: Dr. Henry Libby was a dentist during the late 19th/early 20th centuries who overcompensated for having his hands wrist-deep in people’s disgusting mouths all day by amassing an impressive and varied collection of natural and anthropological artifacts and oddities, including taxidermy, Native American items, and these mummy hands. Eventually, the collection went on to become the Libby Museum, a seasonally open, one-room collection in a small, dedicated building in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. See more.

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