WOODWORKING MACHINES MADE OF WOOD

By Staff

Persons of mechanical bent will be interested in an exhibition
of wooden wookworking machines on display at the William Penn
Memorial Museum in Harrisburg, Pa., through September 1984.

The three principal items shown are a wooden table saw, a wooden
jig saw and a wooden lathe, all donated by former Rep. Gregg
Cunningham of State College, Pa. His family made carriages and
buggies in Fulton County, and the machines were made by his great
grandfather Jehu, and grandfather Newton Cunningham Tools used with
the machines are also shown. The museum is open Tuesday through
Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday 12 noon-5 p.m., free.

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