The chair was part of the furnishings at B.J.’s home located on St. Armand's Key in Sarasota, Florida, and was in the home at the time of his death in 1961. B.J. himself, as well as many other chiropractors and guests, have sat in this very chair. Miguel Hastings transported the chair and other items donated by Dr. Kim from Atlanta to Sherman this week.
If you ask nicely, Museum Curator Dr. John Hart assures you can try out B.J.’s seat during Lyceum. The museum will be open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of Lyceum from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. If you haven’t been over to the museum in a while, please stop by – Mrs. Debbie Cordero, Roberta Thomas, maintenance staff, and work study students Kyle Geer and Courtney Ritenbaugh have been hard at work to re-design and prepare the museum for Lyceum.