Charles Kellogg was a conservationist and Victor recording artist.
Lot closed at least through Jan. 31, 2017. Museum will remain open.
Five volunteers have contributed more than 3,000 hours of service to the museum.
Long-term volunteer Howard Fulcher to leave the division at the end of July 2015.
Oct. 4, 2014 program to focus on one of the pioneers in the music industry: Emile Berliner.
Exhibit on display from Oct. 6 to Dec. 18, 2014.
Beginning on July 20, 2013, C-SPAN, the public-affairs television network, will be posting 13 television segments on its website featuring the literary life and history of Delaware’s capital city of Dover. The segments can be viewed at the following Web address: www.c-span.org/LocalContent/Dover. C-SPAN will also be broadcasting the segments on non-fiction book channel BookTV (on […]
Last February, we shared a “behind-the-scenes” glimpse of a film crew from the National Geographic Channel working on a segment from their new show, America’s Lost Treasures, at the Johnson Victrola Museum. For those of you who didn’t get to see the finished product’s premiere last Wednesday, here’s a taste of what you missed: Has […]
Earlier this week, a film crew from the National Geographic Channel made a special stop at HCA’s Johnson Victrola Museum in Dover. The team is on the tail end of a tour across the country gathering footage for their new and upcoming show, America’s Lost Treasures. That’s all we can really say, as we were […]