Mummies in Wisconsin
Milwaukee Public Museum
3 mummies. (This information thanks to Mr. Carter Lupton)
Two of these have been in the collection since 1887
CT scan imagery of these mummies can be seen in the current exhibit: Crossroads of Civilization. (website)
Fascinating YouTube video of Mr. Lupton discussing the museum's mummies: Link
The Racine Heritage Museum
Malty the Mummy
x-rays reveal a man 5 foot 6 inches aged 25-30.
"Malty" was brought to Racine by William Horlick, Jr., in 1902. Mr. Horlick kept the mummy in a glass case in his office at the Horlick Malted Milk Company until February 6,1940 when it was donated to the Racine Heritage Museum. The mummy's true name is unknown due to wear of his painted coffin.