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Sisterly Love Loretta Lynn (left) shares the spotlight with her sister, Crystal Gayle, during a press conference inside her museum on Sept. 24, 2010.
Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle The two singing sisters pose for photos inside the Coal Miner's Daughter Museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., Sept. 24, 2010.
Visiting Family Loretta Lynn and her brother Herman chat insider her Coal Miner's Daughter Museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sept. 24, 2010.
Adoring Sister Crystal Gayle (left) looks lovingly at her sister Loretta during a press conference held inside the Coal Miner's Daughter museum on Sept. 24, 2010.
A Family Photo Loretta Lynn stands in the middle of her brother Herman (left), sisters Peggy Sue, Crystal Gayle, Betty Ruth and daughter Cissie for a photo inside her museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Crystal Gayle's Exhibit Crystal Gayle poses next to her memorabilia on display inside the Coal Miner's Daughter museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Saying a Few Words to His Friend, Loretta Marty Stuart shares a few words during a presentation to honor Loretta Lynn on Sept. 24, 2010, in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Celebrating 50 Years in Country Music Loretta Lynn listens graciously as she is honored during a celebration at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sept. 24, 2010.
A Country Music Icon Loretta Lynn is honored during the celebration recognizing her 50 years in country music.
Smiling at Her Family and Friends Loretta Lynn thanks her family and friends during her celebration at Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sept. 24, 2010.
Good Friends Loretta Lynn hugs and kisses John Carter Cash during her celebration at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sept. 24, 2010.
Thanking Family and Friends Loretta Lynn thanks the crowd of well-wishers during her celebration at Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sept. 24, 2010.
Honky Tonky Girl The legendary artist wore this dress for her first Grand Ole Opry performance in 1960.
Loretta Lynn's Handwritten Notes These handwritten notes next to her personal pieces are on display inside her 18,000 square foot Coal Miner's Daughter Museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Loretta Lynn's Family Keepsakes Aprons made by Loretta Lynn's mother, Clara Webb, are on display in the museum.
Stage Dress This is the first stage outfit Loretta Lynn made for herself. Her husband, "Doo," helped sew on the sequins.
Original Lyrics Original handwritten lyrics to Loretta Lynn's signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter," are in the museum.
Remembering Patsy Cline Several gifts from Patsy Cline are on display -- including a slip, red nightgown and letters.
Famous Friends Photos of John Denver and Emmylou Harris, among others, adorn the museum walls.
Insider Her Tour Bus Loretta Lynn purchased this bus in 1974, and it can be seen inside her Coal Miner's Daughter Museum in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Country Music Icon, Loretta Lynn Loretta Lynn shares personal stories during a press conference inside her museum on Sept. 24, 2010.