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    The set of Betty and Don Draper's kitchen in their suburban Ossining, N.Y. home, featured in seasons 1-4 of "Mad Men,"is displayed as part of the exhibition, "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men," at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. The exhibit runs through June 14.

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    Character Don Draper's box of secrets, including Dick Whitman's dogtag, letters and family photos, are displayed as part of the exhibition, "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men." The final episodes of the series will begin on April 5.

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    The set for Don Draper's office, featured in seasons 4-6 of "Mad Men," is displayed as part of the exhibition.

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    An installation of the “Mad Men” writers’ room, including elements from the conference room in the production offices at Los Angeles Center Studios where the series was shot, is displayed as part of the exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York.

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    Notes and storylines for "Mad Men," scribbled by Matthew Weiner, are displayed as part of the exhibition "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men."

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