FAIRMOUNT, Ind. (AP) - It's been 25 years since the James Dean Gallery in Fairmount first opened its doors. After two moves, including one to Auburn, the collection of memorabilia of the Hollywood icon is back in his hometown.
Located at 425 N. Main St., it's just a short drive from Fort Wayne. The gallery is in an old Victorian home with a sweeping wraparound front porch. Visitors can't miss the place because a statue of Dean in his signature red jacket stands on the front lawn.
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