For Immediate Release
January 31, 2023
New Exhibit on Geneva in the 1920s
Geneva, N.Y.: The exhibit There'll Be Some Changes Made: Geneva in the 1920s is now open at the Geneva History Museum.
The 1920s were a decade of great change in the United States. The world was recovering from war and the influenza pandemic, women got the right to vote, liquor was prohibited, mass entertainment spread across the country, and educational institutions expanded, all while business and industry exploded nationwide. This exhibit explores the enterprises and organizations that emerged in Geneva in the decade and some of the significant events that happened here.
There'll Be Some Changes Made will be on display at the museum through June 26, 2023.
The Geneva History Museum is located in the Prouty-Chew House at 543 South Main Street, Geneva, NY. Winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is a suggested donation of $5 per person. Parking is on the street or in the Trinity Episcopal Church lot across the street.
The Geneva History Museum is owned and operated by Historic Geneva, formerly the Geneva Historical Society. Historic Geneva tells the stories of Geneva, New York at the Geneva History Museum, Rose Hill Mansion, and Johnston House, and online at historicgeneva.org.