MacNider Art Museum

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MacNider Art Museum is an art museum conceived in 1964 and opened to the public by 1966. The MacNider Art Museum is located in Mason City, Iowa and known for its collection of American art and life, special collection of Bil Baird marionettes, hand puppets and ephemera, including those used for "The Lonely Goatherd" scene in The Sound of Music (film). It is named after Charles H. MacNider (b. 1860), president of the First National Bank of Mason City and father of General Hanford MacNider.

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Coordinates: 43°08′57″N 93°11′44″W / 43.149297°N 93.195669°W / 43.149297; -93.195669