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Cafe clock

Cafe clock
Date: between 1865 and 1897


Wall clock

Wall clock
Creator: General Electric
Date: between 1970 and 1977
General Electric wall clock made of turquoise-colored plastic. "MTM" is handwritten on the back, referencing the CBS television series known as The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The show was a situation comedy featuring a female news producer portrayed by actress Mary Tyler Moore. It aired from 1970 to 1977. Much of the show was filmed in a fictional newsroom where Moore interacted with Lou Grant, a character portrayed by Kansas City actor Ed Asner. This clock was used as a prop on the show and later donated by Asner.


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