The John and Annie Glenn Museum will be dedicated as a site on the National Register of Historic Place this month in the late astronaut’s hometown of New Concord. The museum which was John Glenn’s boyhood home, will be dedicated in a May 19th ceremony. The Glenn’s daughter, Lyn, will help dedicate the property. The U.S. Senator was born in Cambridge and moved to New Concord with his family in 1923. He was the first American to orbit the earth and served 24 years as a democrat in the Senate.
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