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The Worley Museum and Charles Henry Worley

Born in Missouri 1889 - Passed in Alabama 1972


The Worley Museum

Charles H. Worley began seriously collecting artifacts and souvenirs sometime around 1935, in no time at all his collection grew and grew, eventually Mr. Worley thought it would be a good idea to share his treasure trove collection with the public, and the Worley's Museum was erected. Nestled on Wheeler Mountain about 3 Miles West of Tuscumbia Alabama on Highway 72 The Worley's Museum was a local attraction until sometime after his passing in 1972


The Worley Collection


The Stanfield-Worley Bluff Shelter


Worley Passes

In 1972 Charles H. Worley passed from this life to the next, leaving a legacy in rare artifacts and collectibles.


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