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Preserving Historic Crafts
Today quilting and knitting might be popular hobbies, but 200 years ago these skills were a necessity!
Preserving Your Heirloom Textiles
Many families have wedding dresses, quilts, tablecloths, and other textiles that are passed down for generations. To preserve these precious artifacts for the future, they require special care, handling, and storage materials.
You may have seen in the news that the Clinton Presidential Library & Museum recently opened to the public. But do you know the history behind the Presidential Library system?
Princess Diana’s Wedding Gown on Exhibit
This exhibition celebrating the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales is on view in the United States once again! Learn more about the "People's Princess" at this fabulous exhibition!
Processing Artifact Donations
What happens after you donate an artifact to a museum?
PRODUCT REVIEW - Kodak PhotoTex Plotter Paper
Kodak just introduced a new kind of paper that will have curators jumping up and down with delight!
Publishing Local History
Preserving the stories of ordinary Americans is an important part of historical scholarship. Writers can partner with local museums and historical societies to publish local history books.
Queen Victoria’s Wedding
Queen Victoria revolutionized wedding fashion when she chose a simple white gown instead of royal regalia. This is the third in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.
Quick Facts About Museums
How much do you know about museums? Here are ten interesting tidbits about the field.
Raising Money for Collections Projects
It can be tough to get funding for collections-related activities. Launching an Adopt an Artifact program can help!
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