Madison County Historical Society of Richmond, IN

Late in 2020 an agreement was reached between the National Association of Aladdin Lamp Collectors (NAALC) and the Madison County Historical Society (MCHS) that makes space available to the NAALC for display cases at the Museum in Anderson, IN. For more information about the museum go to their website. The NAALC is in the process of procuring display cases for use at the museum. We will post more information here as we continue our work at the museum to create an ‘Aladdin’ display there.

Madison County Historical Society Museum

Pioneer Village of Minden, NE

In July, 2011 a group of dedicated Aladdin Knights completed work on an Aladdin Display at the Harold Warp Pioneer Village Museum in Minden, NE. The display represents a store front from the past and includes oil and electric lamps as well as a few Hopalong Cassidy items. The Pioneer Village complex comprises 28 buildings on 20 acres housing over 50,000 irreplaceable items of historical value, restored to operating order, arranged in groups and also in the chronological order of their development. If you’re in Nebraska be sure to stop by and explore their collection. Visit their website for more information.

Aladdin Museum of Light, Kidron Ohio (located inside Lehman’s Hardware Store)

The exhibit is sponsored by the Aladdin Museum of Light (AMOL), Lehman Hardware & Appliance, Inc. and the National Association of Aladdin Lamp Collectors, Inc. (NAALC). The exhibit consists of a museum room fitted with 10 lighted display cases custom made by Lehman’s for the exhibit. There is no charge to visit and see the exhibit. Lehman’s is an important tourist destination in Northeast Ohio’s Amish Country. Some 4,000 visitors come on a typical Saturday, while the annual figure is around 500,000.