Johnson & Johnson Museum Artifacts Drive
Do You Have a Piece of Johnson & Johnson History?
Since 1886, Johnson & Johnson has been part of the lives of generations of patients, families and communities throughout the world. As we work to preserve our history through the restored Johnson & Johnson Museum, we welcome everyone to join us in this exciting historical project.
We recognize that our history is a shared experience with the generations of people who have used our products or who have worked for the Company. Johnson & Johnson and its operating companies have been part of people’s lives for more than a century, and many people still preserve artifacts and stories from Johnson & Johnson’s heritage that have been a part of their families as well. So…do you have a piece of Johnson & Johnson history? Find out how you can participate on the blog's museum artifacts drive page!
Hello, The blog Big Old Houses has just featured a very detailed tour of Morven, the former Johnson house in Princeton. --Jim http://bigoldhouses.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-political-mansion.html
In reply to Hello, The blog Big Old… by Anonymous
Thanks for sharing the link, Jim! A great look inside Morven with some great photos of Robert Wood Johnson and his contributions to the house.