JOHNNY CASH ITEMS STOLEN

IOWA’S PIONEER MUSIC MUSEUM (Anita, Iowa) BROKEN INTO – VALUABLE JOHNNY CASH ITEMS STOLEN
 
 
 
     Anita, Iowa….It was just discovered by the curator
of the Pioneer Music Museum in Anita, Iowa, that it has been broken
into, and some valuable items have been stolen.  According to Bob
Everhart, who manages the collection. “We know this had to happen in the
last week.  The thieves broke into a hidden window in the back of the
museum, and apparently rather rapidly stole the following items”  Johnny
Cash’s autographed photograph; two of Johnny Cash’s harmonicas; his
brother Tommy Cash’s practice guitar; and his wife June Carter Cash’s
autoharp fingerpicks.  They also took a new Tom Swatzell Dobro, and our
greatest loss, Patsy Montana’s autographed acoustic Fender guitar.  This
little museum is devoted and dedicated to America’s classic and
traditional country music.  We live in a small rural town in the middle
of Iowa, and we never expected thieves to break into our little museum
and take these kind of items.  We’re just sick at heart, but hopefully
we can find a way to get these items back in the museum.”
     The museum has a website at www.ntcma.net and Everhart can be reached at 712-762-4363 or bobeverhart@yahoo.com

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