AADL Talks to Cheryl Chidester, Argus Museum Curator
We would like to thank the [http://arborwiki.org/Argus_Museum|Argus Museum], located in the original Argus Building at 535 W. William St. for generously sharing its resources, artifacts, and archival materials in preparing this AADL exhibit on the [http://oldnews.aadl.org/taxonomy/term/6715|Argus Camera, Inc.]
A special thank you goes to Cheryl Chidester, the Argus Museum curator. In this podcast, she shared the history of the company, its products and innovations, and its role in United States’ victory in World War II. We also learned about the founding of the Argus Museum, its missions in preserving the history and material culture of this early Ann Arbor industry significant to generations in the community.
We can see [http://www.aadl.org/photo_search?keys=%22Argus%20Museum%22|photos] of the Museum and its exhibits as well as samples of the Argus Eye, a monthly newsletter produced by the Argus employees from the Museum’s archive.