The Eldridge Johnson Victrola Museum is a museum dedicated to the man who invented the Victrola. When you enter the Museum, the first floor has displays of early Victrola's and information about the history of Eldridge Johnson. He was the founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company, which patented the Victrola. Their were collections of records that the guide could play for you on the different Victrola's. It also included the history of the factory in Camden, New Jersey where the machines were manufactured. On the second floor of the Museum, their was an exhibit featuring Nipper, the dog used by Johnson to trademark his machines. The collection of different items featuring Nipper was extensive. If you like music, you will love this museum !
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