@kacomess , I believe you are referring to the SPARK Museum. I recall having read about it, but I’m on the opposite coast so a visit most likely isn’t in the cards.
Regarding bakelite, the five plastic radios appearing in one of my photos are sometimes loosely referred to as bakelite, but more precisely they are made of a somewhat different plastic known as Catalin. Unlike the much more common true bakelite, Catalin often has a semi-translucent and/or marbled character, although less so in modern times as Catalin tends to darken or even change color with age. (Although with enough sanding, polishing, expertise, and patience its original appearance can be restored). That character combined with the deco styling many such radios had, together with their rarity, makes them particularly appealing to collectors and correspondingly valuable.
Thanks again for your comments. Best regards,