The Trap History Museum has several exhibits of traps like the one on display in this 1911 Victor Trap advertisement.
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Tom Parr, the former president of the North American Trap Collectors Association, has curated the Trap History Museum—an extensive collection of mouse- to bear-sized traps. Visit the museum in Galloway, Ohio, to learn more about the history of trapping innovations and the fur trade in the Americas.
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