Adolf Hitler's Typewriter
This manual German-Groma 1930s typewriter was captured by the Allies at Adolf Hitler's mountain hideaway, the "Eagle's Nest," near Saltzburg, Austria at the end of World War II. It's the Hall of History's most popular exhibit, even though it's never mentioned in any of the museum's literature.
Curator Mable Waites discovered the typewriter in the museum's basement storage in the mid-1980s, and the museum hasn't had any peace since. Lots of people want to type their names on it, but Mable couldn't find a ribbon that fits. Mable's successor continues the search.