NARM Quarterly Summer 2019 | Page 10

New Members

Finger Lakes Boating Museum

Hammondsport, New York


The Mission of the Finger Lakes Boating Museum is to preserve and share the fascinating history of the Finger Lakes boating industry and the pivotal role it has played in the development of the region and beyond. The Museum exhibits boats and ephemera, holds workshops and classes in boat building skills and holds lectures on the history of boating, fishing, development and recreation of the area. Restoration projects are ongoing and open for public viewing. Housed in the former Taylor Wine Company buildings in Hammondsport, NY we are also able to share some of the early history of the wine industry of the Finger Lakes.

Cincinnati, Ohio


The American Sign Museum promotes sign preservation and restoration by displaying nearly 100 years of signage. We preserve and protect American history and pay homage to the artistry and craftsmanship of days gone by. Our collection honors an often overlooked part of our culture that hides in plain sight as part of our daily lives.

Roswell Museum and Art Center

Roswell, New Mexico


Located in southeast New Mexico, the Roswell Museum and Art Center presents exhibitions, classes, lectures, film screenings, planetarium programming, festivals and other special events related to art, history and science for visitors of all ages.

The Museum opened as the Roswell Museum Federal Art Center in 1937 as one of nearly 100 Federal Art Centers established nationwide by the WPA during the Great Depression. Today, RMAC is operated by the City of Roswell and is among only a handful of the original Federal Art Centers that are still in operation. The Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums for its excellence in operations and programs.

The RMAC houses approximately 8,000 items of art and history in its permanent collection.

American Sign Museum