Dalton Defenders Museum

113 East 8th Street
Coffeyville, KS 67337

620-251-2550

The museum, owned and operated by the non-profit Coffeyville Historical Society, is the realization of a dream of many Coffeyville citizens who understood the importance of collecting items not only relating to the Dalton Raid but also relating to early-day life in the Coffeyville area.  In the museum, which is just east of the Plaza area, are collections of the following:

- Mementos of early-day Coffeyville
- Mementos of Wendell Willkie - who lived and taught school in Coffeyville
- Mementos of Walter Johnson - who lived in Coffeyville
- Mementos of the Dalton Raid

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