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Abbie's Attic

Abbie's Attic is named for Abbie Stevens Cook who moved to McClenny in the 1920s and was a primitive artist in the style of Grandma Moses. She loved to work with crafts and samples of her art, crafts and other handwork are showcased.

This museum also depicts the diversity of work of a number of local men and women in the county. Furniture owned by the original McClenny family, a quilt with more than 500 hand-embroidered names, family Bibles and delicate handmade clothing by renowned seamstress Nettie Elizabeth Rowe, born in 1887, are included.