Hi-Yo Silver! tells the history of The Lone Ranger program, especially its good influence on children.

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The timeline shows events from the beginning of radio history to 2020 and includes photos and other items of interest and radio station WXYZ and the Lone Ranger program

This is the only saddle belonging to Brace Beemer authenticated by his family and known to exist.
Our mock studio shows Fred Foy and Brace Beemer each reading a Lone Ranger script and wearing their own clothing.
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Sound effects area
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The story of Fred Foy's life in artifacts.
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The call board on the right is original from the WXYZ studio.
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Because the Wabash County Museum owns over 1,500 Lone Ranger related items items will be rotated so more of the collection can be shown.
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This is the original door to the first studio for radio station WXYZ in Detroit where The Lone Ranger and other famous programs were broadcast.