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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - National Music Museum
The National Music Museum: America's Shrine to Music & Center for Study of the History of Musical Instruments (NMM) is a musical instrument museum in Vermillion, South Dakota, USA. It was founded in 1973 on the campus of the University of South Dakota. The NMM is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums and is recognized as "A Landmark of American Music" by the National Music Council. - Source: Wikipedia
Grammy-winning fingerpicking guitarist Pat Donohue thinks a South Dakota college town of about 10,000 is an unlikely place for a wide-ranging collection of musical instruments that includes saxophones built by inventor Adolphe Sax, a rare Stradivarius violin with its original neck and a Spanish guitar on which Bob Dylan composed some of his earliest songs.