As the person who evaluated Bob’s collection for donation I should point out there are a number of mistakes in the display, which have been carried through to the printed posters available from other sources.
I agree while beautiful, the cabinets have the individual rounds secured with a plastic band and are labeled below with the case type. However they are not in an order a cartridge collector would be OK with.
Ron Stadt’s shot shell collection is also stored here, with the shells in helter-skelter, duplicates are in the same drawer but not next to each other and a high percentage have the case-print turned down so you can’t ID the shell. Very disappointing.
I was there early this month on the way up to the Brookings SD show.
The museum is much better but several years ago in the museum they had an open Remington RF box with the contents displaying a “H” headstamp.
No one is perfect, especially me, I’m just trying to give fair warning. That said, I’m sure they would welcome help & input.