CHUDNOW MUSEUM OF YESTERYEAR
SUNDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2:00 pm
839 N. 11th St, Milwaukee
The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear is housed in a historic 1869 residence in Milwaukee. The house holds an extensive collection of artifacts from Mr. Avrum Chudnow who acquired over 300,000 items from his family's businesses, included a scrap yard, and collecting throughout the U.S.. The museum features shops, workplaces, and home life as they would have appeared in the 1920's and 1930's. This house also held his extensive collection of artifacts from the late 1800s through 1970 which today make up the exhibits of the museum.
Cost: Adults, $6; Seniors 62+ $5; Admission includes guided tour.
Parking available in back of museum off 11th st. or street parking. Directions: From Wells St, turn north on 12th street for a block and then turn right on Kilbourn Ave. Turn right on 11th st. going south - museum parking lot is on the left side of the building in the back.
Optional: Afterwards (around 4:00 pm) we will be having drinks and a bite to eat at Jackson's Blue Ribbon at 1203 N. 10th St., not too far from the museum.
Hosts: Tom & Jean Bronson; firstname.lastname@example.org;
Tom's cell: 414-940-8642; Jean's cell: 414.581.0616