Discover more at the RCA Heritage Museum

Our Heritage

A Look At Our Radio Displays

A Look At Our Radio Displays

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The RCA story starts with the Victor Talking Machine Company. Above is Victor Vic III, built in 1909.

A Look At Our Radio Displays

A Look At Our Radio Displays

A Look At Our Radio Displays

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RCA was formed in 1919 to develop and control wireless communication in the United States. RCA became well known for its advancements in radio technology

Our Testimonials

A Look At Our Radio Displays

Special items in our collection

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Our Museum has been recognized by several local organizations.

Special items in our collection

Special items in our collection

Special items in our collection

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NBC Peacock was introduced in 1956.

On display at the Museum is the Laramie Peacock form 

Record collection

Special items in our collection

Record collection

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We have over 4,000 , 78, 45, and 33 rpm records. We are currently in the process of cleaning and documenting the collection.

Nipper

Special items in our collection

Record collection

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The famous fox terrier, painted by Francis Barraud and sold to Emile Berliner in 1899. Victor Talking Machine Company acquired the US rights in 1901.

About Us

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RCA "Meatball" from 1922

This was the second symbol for the Radio Corporation of America

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Display Gallery

Come see the displays of RCA Memorabilia in our Museum

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Come join us at the Museum and meet Nipper

Our Museum is open to the public and is free. We will provided you with a guided tour, or you can walk through at your own pace.


Support

We are looking for your support. Donate your RCA items to the Museum.

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