Country School Bell
The old Penn No. 4 country school bell has recently been donated to the museum by Judy Neal Johannesen, in the name of her parents, Bill and Helen Neal, as a focal point for pictures and information about area country schools.
Historian Rod Stanley and his brother Kyle designed and built a way to display the hefty heirloom.
Rod with the bell when it arrived at the Museum.
Mementos from the Eventful Life of Dexter’s Conger Reynolds
Linda Lyon, granddaughter of Conger Reynolds, has donated his photos, papers, and items to the Dexter Museum. His 100-year-old censor stamp from the Great War and the Citation for Distinguished Service Clock awarded to him in 1959 by the Public Relations Society of America are displayed in a shadowbox with pictures of Mr. Reynolds. Other photos and papers are in a Conger Reynolds notebook.