In Liberal, the middle and high school-aged Dorothys guide tourists through Dorothy's House, a living history experience, and Land of Oz, a kitschy folk art extravaganza.
In Liberal, the middle and high school-aged Dorothys guide tourists through Dorothy's House, a living history experience, and Land of Oz, a kitschy folk art extravaganza. KANSAS SAMPLER FOUNDATION
In Liberal, the middle and high school-aged Dorothys guide tourists through Dorothy's House, a living history experience, and Land of Oz, a kitschy folk art extravaganza. KANSAS SAMPLER FOUNDATION

At Dorothy’s House and Land of Oz in Liberal, Kan., you can learn about farm life and the movie

August 23, 2014 02:00 AM

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