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BOOK REVIEW – Driving Mr. Albert, A Trip Across America with Einstein’s Brain
Part travelogue, part memoir, part coming-of-age story – sprinkled with mini history lessons and side trips to quirky museums – this fresh and witty book is a must-read!

How To Handle & Store Your Glass & China
What is the safest way to display, handle, and store your precious glass and china? Here are some tips on how to keep your breakables safe.

Identifying Glass and China Patterns
Matching your glass or china to a known pattern can be difficult. Here are some tips to get you started!

BOOK REVIEW – If Dishes Could Talk
If you’re looking for one book that will give you a great overview of old china, this is it!

Identifying Glass and China Makers' Marks
Have you ever wondered what that funny symbol on the bottom of Grandma’s favorite teacup means? Learn more about identifying glass and china makers’ marks!

BOOK REVIEW: Silent Cities – The Evolution of the American Cemetery
Written by prominent historians, this hard-to-find book about cemeteries is definitely worth reading!

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park
A visit to the birthplace of aviation is not complete without a visit to the Wright Cycle Company Complex! This brand new museum is state-of-the-art and definitely worth a stop.

The United States Air Force Museum
Have you ever wanted to board Air Force One? See a space capsule close-up? Then this is the museum for you! And admission is always FREE!

So You Want To Be a Museum Educator
A museum’s education department wasn’t always considered an essential part of daily operations. But today, museum education provides a wonderful alternative for the person who wants to teach – but not in a classroom!

Why Visit a Museum?
In this fast paced age of instant internet access to all kinds of information, why are museums relevant? Because you can’t experience real history anyplace else!

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