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Learn about the collection at the Gilmore Museum in Hickory Corners, MI.

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Franklins in Museums

The Franklin Automobile Collection at Hickory Corners
Located in Hickory Corners, MI, the Franklin Automobile Collection at Hickory Corners is part of the Gilmore Car Museum. The collection is presented by the H.H. Franklin Club.

The Franklin Museum
Located in Tucson, AZ, the Franklin Museum houses Tom Hubbard's comprehensive Franklin collection.

Northeast Classic Car Collection
Located in Norwich, NY, the museum features many Franklins made in nearby Syracuse.

The Collings Foundation
Located in Stow, MA, the Collings Foundation has a 1904 Franklin Type-A Roadster.

Jay Leno Collection
Jay Leno's extensive private car collection features a 1915 Franklin.

National Museum of American History (A Smithsonian Institution museum)
Located in Washington, D.C., the museum has a 1925 Model 10C (may not be on display).

The Onondaga Historical Association
Located in Syracuse, N.Y., the collection features the first Franklin ever sold, a 1902 light roadster on loan from the Smithsonian Institution.

National Automobile Museum
Located in Reno, Nevada, the collection has 8 Franklins, including the 1911 Franklin Averell Special Speed Car.

Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum
Located in Fairbanks, Alaska, the museum has a 1907 Franklin Type D Laudaulette.

Saratoga Automobile Museum
Located in Saratoga Springs, New York, the museum has the 1928 Franklin Airman originally owned by Charles Lindbergh.

Alford Car Museum
Located in El Centro, California, the museum features 11 Franklins on display.

Tupelo Automobile Museum
Located in Tupelo, Mississippi, the museum has a 1928 Franklin.

Pioneer Auto Show
Located in Murdo, South Dakota, the collection includes at least 3 Franklins -- from 1919, 1924, and 1929.

Pioneer Village
Located in Minden, NE, the collection includes a 1918 Franklin.

Swigart Museum
Huntingdon, PA