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Special Exhibits at the Campbell Historic Museum

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 51 N Central Ave Campbell CA 95008  See map

The Campbell Historic Museum features artifacts and memorabilia providing a look at the history of the Santa Clara Valley, including a general store that was used as a community center, the evolution of kitchen appliances and technology, and recreation activities.

Visit the museum Thursday through Sunday between noon and 4pm, and check out some of the special exhibits including: "Functional Art" in the Parlor, the General Store, the Music and Drama exhibit, and the Canning and Drying Yards. For more information visit the City of Campbell website. 

Jean Libby September 28, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Making connection of the Campbell history of the daughter of John Brown the abolitionist Ellen Brown Fablinger, owner of a home at 95 Central Ave. which is now part of the site of the Campbell Civic Center. Ellen and her sister Sarah Brown "daughters of John Brown" are buried at Madronia Cemetery in Saratoga with their mother Mary A., "wife of John Brown of Harpers Ferry." I would like to communicate with Campbell historians about Ellen and James Fablinger and their family.

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