This permanent exhibit showcases the museum’s collection of time-recording clocks in a life-sized recreation of the Bundy Manufacturing Company’s 1893 World’s Fair Booth. An illustrated timeline follows the growth of the company up to the inception of IBM.
Honoring the pioneers of broadcasting, including names like Rod Serling, Richard Deacon, Ralph Carroll and Bill Parker.
Featuring an extensive collection of antique ancestral and ceremonial African artifacts.
A complete Barbershop that originally stood two blocks away from the IBM factory in Endicott.
Rare and one-of-a-kind pieces, original wire images, TV and film props, memorabilia and personal items
A collection of "Pre-BC" illustrations, comic strips, photographs and artwork
by Johnny Hart presented by The Hart Family
Remembering America’s worst Maritime disaster. On April 27, 1865, the steamboat Sultana exploded just north of Memphis, TN.
The exhibit featured a comprehensive collection of media artifacts dating back to the early days of broadcasting.
The Art of Scenery at the Tri-cities Opera
A stand-up retrospective of the history of stand-up comedy. 12 local artists honoring the most influential comedians
Last year, when the world celebrated the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth, a group of regional illustrators and artists decided to pay homage by using passages from Shakespeare as their inspiration.
An exhibition of pieces from America ‘s most reproduced print makers.
A selection of commemorative certificates and documents from our archives, honoring local heroes and events.