The tiny town of Franklin, Kansas, population 250, has no school, gas station, hotel or restaurant.
But for six weeks it will house a prestigious exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution.
Frankin will host the Smithsonian exhibit on work and working, one of several traveling historical exhibits that breathe life into often-struggling small towns. The exhibit will visit six Kansas towns starting next September, reaching Franklin in May 2013.
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