Maine man's shell museum honors his father's collection

"I'm pretty proud of it, yeah. He would be amazed."


Lee Stoddard's large collection of seashells dates back to World War II, when his father, Kenneth, was stationed in South Pacific.

Over the years, Kenneth Stoddard collected thousands of shells. But when he died in 1992, Lee found a way to honor him by opening a museum in his name.

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