Connecting to the Past – FREE Exhibit at Bath Township Museum

It is so hard to keep a clean home, clean clothes, dinner on the table, and a happy family even with all of today’s modern conveniences. Imagine what it was like in the 1920’s living on a farm!

The Bath Township Museum’s current exhibit is  “Connecting to the Past: The Busy Life of the Farm Wife” will run through February 2010.

A few of the highlights of this exhibit include: the wood/coal burning kitchen stove that was “found” in a storage room at Stony Hill Schoolhouse; the magnificent vintage pump organ donated by Les and Lois Jean Eckart; the collection of vintage carpet sweepers on-loan from Service Master by Corbett; and the dozens of household tools and inventions that made weekly washing, ironing, mending, cleaning, and baking tasks more time efficient for busy wives of the 1920-1930’s.

Through Feb. 28, Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Sundays, 1-4 p.m.; free

Bath Township Museum

Bath Township Museum
3864 West Bath Road
Akron, Ohio 44333

(330) 666-4007

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