Peter and Pat Cook were instrumental in the acquisition of the 1928 carousel.
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In 1981 Peter C. Cook, and his wife Pat were leaders in the Grand Rapids Public Museum campaign to acquire an antique Carousel and to build the pavilion to house the featured attraction. The prominent stone and glass structure bears their name.
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