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    Steve Noll, executive director of the Jackson County Historical Society, and his wife, Marianne Noll, have a house filled with items from Kansas City's history, as well as other themes. Organized like a museum, the house sits next door to the house they actually live in.

Steve Noll, executive director of the Jackson County Historical Society, and his wife, Marianne Noll, have a house filled with items from Kansas City's history, as well as other themes. Organized like a museum, the house sits next door to the house they actually live in. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Steve Noll, executive director of the Jackson County Historical Society, and his wife, Marianne Noll, have a house filled with items from Kansas City's history, as well as other themes. Organized like a museum, the house sits next door to the house they actually live in. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

This couple’s KC-themed collection is so huge they bought a second house to hold it

July 14, 2017 12:42 PM