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Pacific Pinball Museum featured in the East Bay Express

May 25, 2011

As a result of his dogged perseverance, Schiess now manages the largest collection of rare pinball machines in the world. There are seven decades’ worth of playable pinball machines in his 4,000-square-foot museum, the first to publicly curate the games as artifacts of American art, science, and pop culture. But he believes that the preservation of the collection depends on the museum expanding into a bigger and more permanent space.

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