The Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum is a museum located in South Haven, Michigan that is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Liberty Hyde Bailey, a prominent horticulturist, botanist, and educator of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Bailey was a leading figure in American horticulture, and is widely credited with helping to popularize gardening and agriculture as hobbies and professions. The museum features exhibits and educational programs focused on the life and work of Liberty Hyde Bailey, as well as the history of horticulture and agriculture in the region. The museum’s collection includes artifacts, documents, and other materials related to Bailey and his work, as well as exhibits on the history of South Haven and its surrounding area.
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