First Town Club visits Dover museums

April 27, 2013

Members of the First Town Club traveled to the Biggs Museum in Dover March 26. Once there, they had a guided tour of the American art work, as well as the extensive silver collection. Following an enjoyable lunch at McGlynn's, the group toured the Johnson Victrola Museum, named in honor of local inventor E.R. Johnson.

This museum explores the sound recording industry from its beginnings and includes displays of early talking machines, records and other relics from the 1890s to 1929.

Pictured at the Johnson Victrola Museum are in back (l-r) Lou Papp, Ernie Mocci, Meg Mocci and Rose Canavan; in middle row, Carol Bradford, Janet Koch, Barbara Roecker, Delores Wardwell, Mary Rolio, Adrienne Ponzini and Terry Palumbo; in front, Dottie Papp, Rita Daniel, Marie Wik, Nancy Norton, Dolores Palmer and Muriel Pfeiffer.


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