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The Wagner-Bentel House

This is the sole brick duplex that the Harmonists built, constructed for two sisters and their families. The structure, although containing only one chimney, had two very large stone fireplaces, one for each family. Walled over at some time in the past, they were recently exposed and restored by the museum. The Wagner-Bentel House walls contain photographs and descriptive materials pertaining to the Native American, Harmonist, Mennonite, and Victorian eras. An important artifact displayed here is the huge clock that once hung in the tower of the Harmonist Meeting House close to the museum. Souvenirs may be purchased here in the Museum Shop. The Wagner-Bentel House is primarily dedicated to the early history of the local medical profession.

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