Great article about Cameron Counties Little Museum !
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The Little Museum is the museum for the Cameron County Historical Society. Located in a Depression-era schoolhouse, one of only two of its style to still exist, the museum sits a few miles outside of the tiny county seat of Emporium, along a two-lane road that runs through some of the state’s most inaccessible wilderness areas.
From the outside, it’s the kind of place you would drive by without even thinking twice. However, to do so would be a major mistake for anyone who appreciates history. In many ways, The Little Museum isn’t that dissimilar to any of the county historical society museums in Pennsylvania. Much of the exhibit space features items of local interest or tools from local industries. However, one of those local industries is the electronics manufacturer Sylvania.
Now one of the world’s most well-known electronics companies, Sylvania started in 1924 in nearby Emporium. Housed in the museum are many original electronics produced during Sylvania’s early years as well as some of the military equipment that they made during World War 2. One thing that I love about historical society museums is that they often give me ideas for future exploration, and the Little Museum was no exception.......""