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PAUL R. STEWART MUSEUM
The Paul R. Stewart Museum was founded at Waynesburg by Paul R. "Prexy" Stewart, the university's president at the time. The museum showcases Indian artifacts from all over the United States, early Monongahela Valley glassware and pottery, fossils from regional surface locations and coal mines, rocks and minerals from all over the world, and county newspapers, letters, and records dated from 1817 to the present.
The museum is open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to noon every weekday during the school year, and summer hours are made by arrangement. The museum is closed on holidays and during university recesses. Individual or group tours are available during museum hours or can be arranged at other times by contacting museum curator James "Fuzzy" Randolph at (724) 852-3214.