BTN Finds ‘Treasure’ at the All-Sports Museum

September 29, 2015 at 11:19 am 1 comment

We just got a heads up from Ken Hickman ’98, director of the Penn State All-Sports Museum, encouraging us to tune in (or set our DVRs) for tonight’s episode of Big Ten Treasure Hunter on the Big Ten Network. The show, in which a BTN “expert” searches out and appraises memorabilia related to Big Ten schools, will feature both the All-Sports Museum and the private collection of George Henning ’63, who—if you don’t know—boasts what might be the greatest Penn State collection anywhere. You can check out this old USA Today feature to get an idea of Henning’s dedication, and tune in to BTN tonight at 8 p.m. EST for the episode.

And of course, next time you’re on campus, make time to check out the All-Sports Museum in person.

Ryan Jones, senior editor

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  • 1. The First History of Penn State – Nittany Valley Society  |  January 18, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    […] of its subject. As a finishing touch, we turned to former Trustee George Henning, proud owner of a renowned collection of Penn State artifacts and memorabilia, to write an original foreword placing the work in context for a contemporary […]

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