Finishing touches



Staff and volunteers at the new Wade House historic site Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum have been busy preparing the building for its June grand opening. Saturday morning a team worked to assemble and place (top left) one of the last pieces to be installed, a oneof a-kind custom-built stagecoach which was handcrafted at Hansen Wheel and Wagon Shop in Letcher, S.D., for display in the main lobby of the museum. Staff and volunteers at the new Wade House historic site Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum have been busy preparing the building for its June grand opening. Saturday morning a team worked to assemble and place (top left) one of the last pieces to be installed, a oneof a-kind custom-built stagecoach which was handcrafted at Hansen Wheel and Wagon Shop in Letcher, S.D., for display in the main lobby of the museum.


Because of its size, the stagecoach was brought into the building in two pieces and, with the aid of special lifts (left), was pieced together by Wade House staff and volunteers and Hansen Wheel and Wagon Shop owner, Doug Hansen (middle right). Wade House director David Simmons and the group admired the vehicle after it was placed (top right, bottom right and left) - Review photos by Abby Lynn Harvey Because of its size, the stagecoach was brought into the building in two pieces and, with the aid of special lifts (left), was pieced together by Wade House staff and volunteers and Hansen Wheel and Wagon Shop owner, Doug Hansen (middle right). Wade House director David Simmons and the group admired the vehicle after it was placed (top right, bottom right and left) - Review photos by Abby Lynn Harvey



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