Thread: Making Time for Politics
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Making Time for Politics
MAKING TIME FOR POLITICS
COLUMBIA, PA: Explore time in politics as the National Watch and Clock Museum counts down the months to Election Day in November!
Opened June 8, a new wristwatch exhibit highlights historical wristwatches with a connection to the politics or political players of various eras.
“With the presidential election just around the corner, the Museum is showcasing some of its collection of political watches. The purpose is to give a general look at the political landscape through the years by giving information on some of the presidents, their policies, and even some scandals,” shares Museum Curator Kim Jovinelli.
The exhibit will remain on display through November and is included with Museum admission.
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