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When traveling to the Thousand Islands region of New York, a stop at Boldt Castle is a must!
Photo Digitization Projects
Taking a photo of each artifact or scanning every archival piece in your collection is daunting. But there are many reasons to get started on a digitization project.
Tips for Cleaning Artifacts
Before you clean artifacts entrusted in your care, read these tips!
Museums in the Movies – The Maiden Heist
This quirky comedy about three museum security guards who plan to steal their favorite pieces of art to prevent them from leaving the country is a must-see for anyone who loves museums!
Tips for Preserving Old Letters
It's important to use the proper materials to preserve old letters, envelopes and archival materials so they will be around for future generations to enjoy!
Victorian Mourning Customs
Many museum collections include artifacts related to 19th century mourning rituals. The Victorians believed an outward display of mourning was a sign of respect for the deceased.
What is the National Register?
What does it mean when a property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places?
Creating Educational Travel Trunks
With shrinking field trip budgets, you can keep your museum in teachers’ minds with an education trunk program!
The Farmers’ Museum
There’s more than baseball in Cooperstown, NY! America’s rural past comes alive at The Farmers’ Museum.
Staying at this luxurious and historical grand dame on the shores of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY is like stepping back in time!
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