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Artifacts on TV – American Restoration
This series, featuring Rick’s Restoration in Las Vegas, provides a glimpse into the complicated and often pricey world of antique repair and restoration.

Assessing Collections Damage
Your museum survived a tornado or fire, but some of your collections are damaged. Now what? Read on for some basic guidelines for assessing the damage.

Audio Tour Options
Some people learn best when they hear someone speak. But your budget is not large enough to hire an army of tour guides! Here are some options for creating effective audio tours.

Blacksmith’s Shop
Blacksmithing was one of the most important trades you could learn in the 19th century. Many living history museums include a blacksmith’s shop among their exhibits.

Blogging About Museums
Museums across the country are using new technologies like blogging to get the word out about what they have to offer. It’s easy to get started!

Boldt Castle
When traveling to the Thousand Islands region of New York, a stop at Boldt Castle is a must!

BOOK REVIEW - Museum Registration Methods
This wonderful one-stop shopping publication provides an excellent overview of collection management processes and procedures for new and experienced museum professionals.

BOOK REVIEW - The Secret Cemetery
The Secret Cemetery is a ground-breaking new book on the rarely studied contemporary use of cemeteries. Using extensive interviews and questionnaires with mourners at several London cemeteries, a fascinating picture emerges.

BOOK REVIEW - You Can’t Take a Balloon ...
This comic book style children’s book weaves the masterpieces of the Metropolitan Museum of Art into the tale of a young girl’s balloon as it travels the streets of New York City!

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!

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