The RCA story starts with the Victor Talking Machine Company. Above is Victor Vic III, built in 1909.
RCA was formed in 1919 to develop and control wireless communication in the United States. Above is a battery operated RCA Radiola 25 built in 1928
Our Museum has been recognized by several local organizations.
NBC Peacock was introduced in 1956.
On display at the Museum is the Laramie Peacock form
We have over 4,000 , 78, 45, and 33 rpm records. We are currently in the process of cleaning and documenting the collection.
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.
This was the second symbol for the Radio Corporation of America
Come see the displays of RCA Memorabilia in our Museum
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.
We are looking for your support. Donate your RCA items to the Museum.
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