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The Cayuga Museum exists for the collection, preservation, and exhibition of objects and for the creation of programs that would help interpret historical themes that are related to Cayuga County. The Museum was established as a non-profit organization occupying the former Willard Case estate where the first commercially successful system of sound-on-film was created by Theodore W. Case. Most of his equipment still remains in the facility.

The Museum is committed to preserving its heritage for the use of the present and future generations as they get to access the collections and participate in the programs for the purpose of education and enjoyment.

The Museum focuses on the local history and invention of sound film. It serves as a venue where people can realize and interact with the county?s past and present in shaping the future. It offers exhibits that help document the past of Cayuga County.

The Museum?s collection includes objects, artifacts, and paper documents that help trace the history of Auburn and Cayuga County. They are shared to the public through exhibitions and programs.
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