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    Hank Snow Pants. Hank Snow was signed to his first recording contract in 1936, and subsequently recorded more than 80 albums and over 2000 songs and instrumentals. A member of the Opry for over 40 years, Snow was elected into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1979. When Hank Snow died, he left a huge legacy to the history of country music. These dress pants were donated by Hank Snow to the Country Wax Museum and would be a fine addition to any country fan. Pants are in good condition and show normal age wear. There are several small holes on one leg that would not be apparent for display.

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    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
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