OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (WATE) - With the American Museum of Science and Energy moving, some items from the museum are up for sale.
The items aren't of historical value or significance, at least under the federal government's definition, but the Department of Energy describes them as reproductions of historic photographs, plus signs and furniture from the Tulane Avenue facility.
The sale is being held September 6-8 at the American Museum of Science and Energy, 300 S. Tulane Avenue in Oak Ridge.
More online: Learn about the sale
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