National Capital Radio & Television Museum
The National Capital Radio & Television Museum, located in Bowie, Maryland, was founded in 1993. Its mission is to provide visitors with a greater understanding of the history of radio and television. Notable items on display include Marconi's earliest wireless telegraph, crystal sets from the 1920s, and Depression-era cathedrals. The museum is located in the restored 1906 Harmel House.
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