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Plenty in store at Nappanee Hoosier cabinet museum
By William Flood NAPPANEE, Ind. — Once a giant in the manufacturing of baker-style cabinets, Nappanee is now home to a little-known museum spotlighting the popular pieces. Some 40 manufacturers once made Hoosier-style cabinets. The earliest was produced by the Sellers Company of Elwood, Ind., around 1898.