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I got to visit the Liberace museum a few years back on a trip to Las Vegas. I have to say I was utterly impressed by this man's life and the dedication of all the volunteer workers who made the museum possible. It is a shame that none of the casinos wanted to take over the daily operation of the museum and move it to the Strip where I am sure it would have done well. The closing of the museum was a big los to Las Vegas.

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