Situated on the upper end of Main Street, the Museum has been located in the former New York Susquehanna and Western Railroad Station since 1976. Featured exhibits include the American Hard Rubber Company, Statue of Liberty, and Thomas Alva Edison, as well as exhibits on the fire department, railroad, military, home life, schools, churches, telephones, and others. The Museum has a collection of vintage postcards, photos, and Butler High School (Nugget) yearbooks from 1921 to the present. There are also many business journals, family histories, and cemetery records.
If you are interested in history, the all-volunteer Museum Committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7 pm. Members of the public are always welcome, please contact the Museum at 973-838-7222 for further information.
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