HOF & Museum

In 2002, a long-time goal of finding a permanent facility for the Hall of Fame and accompanying museum was realized. The museum includes a collection of local baseball photographs and memorabilia as well as rare artifacts. Shown here are photographs of the NEIBA Museum inside the Dean Kruse World War II Victory Museum in Auburn, Indiana. The photo on the right shows the 8×10 photographs of each inducted Hall of Famer as they overlook the exhibits.

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(photographs by Chad Gramling)

5 thoughts on “HOF & Museum”

  1. Can you tell me if the hall of fame is still in the Dean Kruse World War II Victory Museaum in Auburn? My hushband’s grandfather Max Miller was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990 and I would like to come and take a picture of his picture in the museum if at all possible. Can you tell me if there is any way to find archived information about Max’s career? I appreciated any help you can provide me.

  2. I was wondering if my uncle Everett Scott(New York Yankee’s-Red sox etc. is by any chance in the museum? He was called Decan Scott, and roomed with babe Ruth .held the record for most consecutive hits until Lou Gehrig broke his record…..we would like to come and take pictures also if he’s there. a few years ago he was inducted into the Red Sox hall of fame also.We,ve always been very proud of him. Thank you so much-this is the first time ive contacted you-it says this is the second comment.??

  3. I am inquiring about my great uncle Charles “Chuck” Noel. He pitched for the Lincoln Lifes? I have come across a few articles about him pitching against Babe Ruth. Do you have any information about this. For what I have, Uncle Charlie did pretty well against “The Babe”?

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