Visitors with a connection to Harmon Elliott

Harmon Elliott (1887 – 1969), son of prolific inventor Sterling Elliott, provided the principal funds for the original Elliott Museum, which opened in 1961, to celebrate his father’s work and bring an educational and cultural resource to the region. He called his home “Cas-el-ot,” which stands for Casey and Elliott. Christopher Wald shared these pictures of the house, which was built in 1942.

In March, the couple visited the Elliott Museum for the first time and took great pleasure is discovering more about the history and seeing the various displays, including the “The Elliotts – A Family of Their Time” exhibit, which will remain through September 2022.

Come and see for yourself. The exhibit includes a recreation of the Elliott’s grand dining room and you will be able to step back into the art, culture and lifestyle of a progressive, prominent family of turn-of-the-century industrial America.

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