Patsy Cline Museum: 10 Must-See Items

New Nashville museum includes her home stereo console and the watch she was wearing in the plane crash that took her life

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Patsy's Dining Room
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Patsy's Dining Room

In spite of her status as an in-demand entertainer, Cline was also a devoted wife and mother, and the inclusion of her vintage Filter Queen vacuum cleaner – and the $25 check she wrote to pay for it – is one of the more oddly poignant reminders of that. There's also a check to Nashville's B.F. Myers furniture store for $100, a deposit for the furnishings of her "dream home" on Nella Drive in the town of Goodlettsville, north of Nashville, which she and husband Charlie Dick purchased in May 1962. The home was later owned by country singer Wilma Burgess. The couple's late-Fifties style dining room, including numerous miniature figurines, silverware and dishes is also recreated to dramatic effect.

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