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BY: Metro Source Staff | October 07, 2013

Town of Tonawanda resident George Trautman, a native of the City of Tonawanda, and charter member/supporter of the North Tonawanda History Museum and a friend recently worked on getting the newly donated Model 3700 Wurlitzer jukebox up and running at the History Museum.

The Model 3700 American 1973 jukebox was donated recently by Michael A, Grajek in memory of Stanley A. Grajek.

Wurlitzer Jukebox Row is in the Wurlitzer Exhibit Hall at the museum. Other models include the Model 1400 1951 jukebox donated by Trautman, the Model MT1015 1946 donated by John Dombrosky and two cassette jukeboxes, including the Model C-110.

Trautman plans to get all of the jukeboxes set up so that history museum representatives can play them for visitors.

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