Moorestown Historical Society presents Just for the Record: The Life of Eldridge Johnson

November 14
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The New Jersey History Speaks Lecture Series continues season 4 tonight!

Longtime Moorestown resident and benefactor, Eldridge Reeves Johnson founded the Victor Talking Machine Company in Camden, New Jersey in 1901.  At home in Moorestown, Johnson donated funds to build the Moorestown Community House and lived comfortably for twenty-five years in Breidenhart Castle (today Lutheran Crossings) where he passed away in 1945.

Join us when Christopher Andrew Maier brings Eldridge Johnson back to life and back to Moorestown in this multimedia one-man show including music, slides, blueprints and a demonstration of both a Victor Talking Machine and an Edison Phonograph!

This event is sponsored by the Elizabeth Tuttle Foundation.