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For decades, television has brought us some of the most unforgettable moments in history, yet many of them were either never recorded, or erased and reused, never to be seen again.

The Museum Of Classic Chicago Television (fuzzymemories.tv) is working hard to preserve many of these great moments, much of which aired in Chicago, the nation's third-largest media market, and a city with its own unique media heritage, both on radio and television.

Many have graciously contributed their time and their donations, both monetarily and also of master recordings of various programs, many of which have not been seen in years.

A lot of our material comes from off-air recordings, preserved by the many viewers and visitors of our site that saved their tapes from the late '70s, to the '80s and beyond. If you have any master recordings, or even off-air recordings, of any type of program aired locally in Chicago, preferably with commercials, please let us know. We will preserve it for you, and make it available on our web site, for research, and most importantly, for the enjoyment of this generation, and of those to come.

Our museum has gained the support of many Chicago media professionals past and present, and has brought back more than a few memories that otherwise would have become, for lack of a better word, fuzzier with time. The Museum Of Classic Chicago Television also seeks monetary donations, to fund the overwhelming costs of restoration and preservation of these programs. We will always need your help, in any way you can provide.

If you have any questions, comments, or would like to contribute to our growing archive, email us at:


To write to us, or to donate, our mailing address is:

The Museum Of Classic Chicago Television
P.O. Box 482
Downers Grove, IL 60515

We're working hard to preserve the past, for generations to come.


Comments welcome.


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