http://slauener.tripod.com. Unfortunately, the building wasn't open, however we were able to drive around the rest of what appears to be the local historical society's "campus" consisting of a number of restored or reproduced buildings from the town's history.
After visiting Cousin Mary for a while, we headed out to find somewhere to eat lunch. That was accomplished easily when we found a spot specializing in steak and a big salad bar. Once over-filled, we headed toward home, a trek which took us through several small towns, one of them being Yale, birthplace of Jim Thorpe, world famous athlete known for his feats of athleticism in the 1912 Olympics as well as being a standout in professional football, basketball, and baseball. There's more to the story than that, so check out Jim Thorpe's bio in Wikipedia. It's interesting. Here's the modest home of his birth in Yale.