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meet our newest narm members

Muskegon Heritage Museum

Muskegon, Michigan

231-722-1363

lakeshoremuseum.org/muskegon-heritage-museum/

The Muskegon Heritage Museum is dedicated to preserving the economic, industrial & social history of the greater Muskegon area. Our collection includes informational exhibits, artifacts and photos pertaining to Muskegon’s industries, products and businesses. We have a working steam engine with a line shaft that runs 11 machine tools. We also have a working Brunswick pinsetter, a spring winding machine, and over 80 other companies represented in exhibits.

Farmingdale, New Jersey

732-919-3500

allairevillage.org

The Historic Village at Allaire was once an iron-producing, factory-town known as the Howell Iron Works, Co. The Village was a self-sufficient community containing a carpentry and pattern-making shop, a blacksmith shop, a bakery, a boarding house, a blast furnace, mills to finish iron products, a school, a church, a general store with a post office, and workers’ homes. Iron produced at the village was shipped to New York City by wagon and steamship and was used to produce steam engine parts in a factory also owned by our proprietor, James P. Allaire.

Queens Museum

Queens, New York

718-592-9700

queensmuseum.org

The Queens Museum is dedicated to presenting the highest quality visual arts and educational programming for people in the New York metropolitan area, and particularly for the residents of Queens, a uniquely diverse, ethnic, cultural, and international community.

The Historic Village at Allaire