(Oct 23, 2018) On a recent visit to Rowan University Congressman Donald Norcross stopped by to visit the RCA Heritage Museum
Congressman Norcross reviews several of the RCA artifacts with museum Director Joe Pane
Congressman Norcross expresses his strong support for the Museum
One of the original four Nipper windows, built in 1915, is currently being restored. Each of the nine sections is being releaded and broken glass replaced. The completed window has been returned to Rowan (summer of 2019) and is waiting for it final installation. New construction plans at Rowan have offered new and prominent locations for the window. No timeline has been identified, but hope are by 2011-2012.
Joe Pane discussing one of the Nipper panels
On October 18, 2018 the National Museum of American History - Smithsonian Institution put the 1915 Nipper window on display. This was the culmination of a 4 year effort to research, preservation and restoration of one Camden NJ's historical landmarks.
The first production Tv set available to the public
Displayed at the 1938 Worlds Fair