Upcoming Exhibits The original television model, invented by the Scottish television pioneer John Logie Baird, (1888 – 1946). It works as follows: A is the object to be televised; B is a rapidly-revolving disc with lenses through which the object is first reflected. C is a slotted disc which revolves at high speed, breaking down still further the light reflected from the object. E is the light sensitive cell which receives many flashes, each consisting of minute squares of the image, and generates electrical impulses which are transmitted to the receiving apparatus. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)c.1930s Ironing boardHandcrafted Bamboo & Seeds MoroccoHandwoven Picture of a Lady and birdPrimitive bangoPrimitive bango Vintage non-electric Curling IronGiant Wasp NestChilds mid-century record playerVintage Green Rotary Telephone 1900-1909 ToasterGerman coffee potCelluloid Buttons, Whale vertebrate fossilMonitor Sad Iron 1903Great White Shark Tooth These items are just a few out of many of the interesting things you will see in the Museum Wonders when it is open.