Jimmy Stewart Museum Struggling To Survive…HELP!

***The Jimmy Stewart Museum is in trouble and help is desperately needed for it to remain open!***

A sad sign of the times, I’m afraid 😦

However, when everyone sits down to watch, “It’s A Wonderful Life” for the 1000th time this Christmas, think about the hours of joy and entertainment that Jimmy Stewart has given YOU over the years…an iconic American hero, he can’t be forgotten and lost to future generations. The modest museum is operated in his home town of Indiana, PA.

More info about The Jimmy Stewart Museum is located HERE

Please, think of something that YOU can do to help The Jimmy Stewart Museum out of this terrible bind…

Though the website (http://www.jimmy.org/) is currently inactive , NOT a good sign in itself, I’ve provided their mailing address and telephone number below:

Jimmy Stewart Museum

835 Philadelphia Street

Indiana, PA 15701-3907, United States

(724) 349-6112


Latest Article HERE

 


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2 responses to “Jimmy Stewart Museum Struggling To Survive…HELP!

  1. PGreen

    Museums demand constant customers in numbers – and that’s a problem with movie stars with dwindling fan bases. In the next 20-30 years many people who grew up watching James Stewart movies will have passed away. Only cable companies such as TCM and FMC are keeping old films alive for TV audiences. And biographers such as yourself and myself Michelle. And you can always purchase DVDs. But the audience is dwindling rather than expanding as each decade passes.

  2. mvozus

    Sadly, it seems the only way people will appreciate the history of Hollywood is when places like this are gone! First the Roy Rogers Museum, now this?! 😦

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