All sites are open, and appointments are required for the Library
It’s 1886 and the competition to electrify the US is on! Genius inventors George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison each believe their electric current is superior and are battling to convince the world that their work is the future. But, what does Schenectady have to do with it? Join George Wise, historian and author, to take a closer look at this important moment in technology and American history.
This is an in-person program hosted at 32 Washington Ave. Admission is free for members, otherwise $8 the day of the program. No advanced tickets.