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History Museum Window Pane

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The North Tonawanda History Museum has accomplished the feat of having five of their 25 window panes on Webster Street not only sponsored, but designed and installed.

The Richardson Boat Co. pane which promotes the Erie Canal Exhibit Hall inside the History Museum.

The pane is sponsored "In Honor of John T. and Louis J. Luke, Master Boatbuilders of North Tonawanda (1875 -1940)" by Luke Family members.

The Wurlitzer Company promotional pane shows items on display inside the museum at the Wurlitzer Exhibit Hall. The pane is sponsored as "The Grajek Family, in memory of Stanley A. Grajek" by Michael A. Grajek, Raleigh, North Carolina.

The Pan-American Exposition Pane shows items which may be seen in the Pan-American Exposition Exhibit Hall inside the History Museum. The pane is sponsored "In memory of John & Norma (Meyers) Krenski and William & Helen (Panek) Kopcho' by Dean Kopcho.

There are five additional panes on the Webster Street side of the building for which sponsors are needed at the $400 per pane rate.

Contact Donna Zellner Neal, Executive Director North Tonawanda History Museum

54 Webster Street North Tonawanda, 716-213-0554 website: www.nthistorymuseum.org



Niagara Falls Reporter - Publisher Frank Parlato Jr. www.niagarafallsreporter.com

Jan 07, 2014