Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Silver Industry History Explored in Wallingford

Franklin Johnson Museum
A century and a half of silver making in Connecticut will be explored during an upcoming open house at the Franklin Johnson Museum in Wallingford.

The September 17th open house, which is being put on by the Wallingford Historic Preservation Trust, will focus on the impact that silver industry had on Wallingford, Meriden and other surrounding communities, Volunteer tour guides show off examples of locally produced silverware products like platters, trays and plates.

The mansion is located at 153 South Main Street in Wallingford. The open house will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

A voluntary $5 entry fee to support the museum is suggested.

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