The single-room, side-gabled house that was the birthplace of the world champion boxer has been moved from its original location to the town park. A stone fireplace dominates the east gable end, with entry doors on the north and south. Since 1966 the house has been a museum with free admission to exhibits memorializing the “Manassa Mauler.”
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Jack Dempsey Home and Museum
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