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In this episode of The Atlas Obscura Podcast, we visit a museum in John Day, Oregon, that was once a Chinese general store and medicine shop that dates back to the 1800s. These days it’s a perfectly preserved time capsule, down to the fruit its former owner left on the counter in the 1950s. Tours of the shop are offered seasonally, but you can get a virtual look inside here.

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