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“STICKLEY HISTORY IS YOUR HISTORY”
AT THE STICKLEY MUSEUM
SUNDAY, APRIL 25 AT 3PM
300 Orchard Street
Fayetteville, NY 13066
Do you have a relative who worked for Stickley?
Memories of growing up near the Stickley factories? On Sunday, April 25, at 3pm, The Stickley Museum invites you to bring your Stickley stories, photos, documents and furniture to our first Stickley History is Your History event – celebrating the common roots of Stickley and our community.
We will have historic employee records available to the public for the first time. Learn more about your family connections to Stickley. Admission is free. Call (315) 682-5500 or visit stickleymuseum.com for more details.
Update: I did attend the stickley open house and it is really a very nice museum.
The furniture is without equal in my humble opinion and the interesting thing is that the musuem archivist has gone through the olde employment records from the late 1800′s to the 1970′s and transcribed a file of employees records that you may see.
Contact them at StickleyMuseum.com