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Help The American History Museum Save Dorothy's Ruby Slippers

As one of the most popular attractions at the National Museum of American History, the iconic ruby-red slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” have entranced visitors for nearly 80 years. Unfortunately, the glittery shoes have lost a bit of their shine since the film’s debut in 1939, and they’re now slowly deteriorating. To prevent them from totally falling apart, the National Museum of American History has launched a Kickstarter campaign ? and a hashtag, #KeepThemRuby ? to keep the movie’s magic alive.
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