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 Our Museum is open and alive with history

The Museum is on the second floor of the Historic Kauffman building, located on the corner of Main Street and Railroad Avenue in New Holland Pa.  Hours are Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment.  The Museum is open to the public.  Admission is by donation.


Schedule of Exhibits for 2015

 

CURRENTLY   
                       Frank IX Company
                       Trimmers Store
                       Rubinson’s Department Store
                       Wright’s Bakery
                       NEW HOLLAND WINROSS & ERTL TRUCK COLLECTION
                                This collection is owned by John Kreider.
                                It includes 40 of 41 different toy trucks made for New Holland
                                companies or organizations both past or present.

 

 

 

NEW DONATION ON DISPLAY

    

Esterle eight-day Grandfathers Clock  
The clock was made in New Holland by John Esterle in the early 1800’s and donated to the museum
by Thomas Wentz III a New Holland resident and member of the New Holland Area Historical Society.

 

Monthly Meetings

MONTHLY MEETINGS ARE HELD THE THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH IN THE CHAPEL AT GARDEN SPOT VILLAGE BEGINNING AT 7PM.  THE MEETINGS ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC.

 

January 15 - sadie king: "humorous look at the amish culture"


 february 19 - "HEROES ACROSS AMERICA"

 IVAN STOLTZFUS DROVE HIS JOHN DEERE TRACTOR ACROSS
                     AMERICA



march 19 - mahlon fuller, ret. air traffic controller, flight 93 
                   "my 9/11 journey tragedy, grief, and hope"
                   

 





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