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5
Jul
London's Bloomsbury has books, museums and much more - Reading Eagle
LONDON - Many visitors to London know Bloomsbury as a neighborhood of books, B&Bs and the British Museum. But it's also a district of elegant architecture, hidden parks and upscale boutiques that's a pleasure to explore on foot. Much of the area was ...
Source:  Reading Eagle

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5
Jul
Chippewa Valley Museums celebrates Independence Day with family fair - WEAU
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- There were plenty of celebrations across the Chippewa Valley on July 4th. The Chippewa Valley Museum in Carson Park hosted its 23rd Annual Independence Day Celebration. The event included pony rides, carnival games, ...
Source:  WEAU

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5
Jul
7 of the Most Unique Museums in the World - TravelPulse (blog)
For much of human history, we have been collecting things and enshrining them in museums. Throughout the centuries, we have developed some pretty impressive displays. However, there are always those museums that are unique, just off the beaten path, ...
Source:  TravelPulse (blog)

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5
Jul
Study details economic benefits of preservation - Savannah Morning News
The Historic Savannah Foundation recently released "Beyond Tourism," a 60-page study about the impact of historic preservation on our economy and quality of life. You can buy your copy of "Beyond Tourism" through HSF at www.myhsf.org. You might also ...
Source:  Savannah Morning News

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5
Jul
Plato buildings in varying conditions - Chronicle-Tribune
Marion has a lot of rich architectural history thanks to the work of Samuel Plato, though the buildings attributed to him are now in varying states of condition. Sue Bratton, member of Save Our Stories Inc., said the conditions of houses, churches or ...
Source:  Chronicle

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5
Jul
Two year archaeology project on Cranborne Chase - Blackmore Vale Magazine
A two year project will seek, through field walking and archaeological survey, to explore the legacy of the founding fathers of British archaeology, to raise awareness of conservation issues for archaeological sites and to promote access and engagement ...
Source:  Blackmore Vale Magazine

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5
Jul
How Museums Preserve and Display Tattoos on Human Skin - Gizmodo
A handful of museums around the world maintain collections of preserved, tattooed human skin, but most aren't open to the public, and some aren't sure exactly where the skins in their older collections came from. Today, however, some willing donors are ...
Source:  Gizmodo

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5
Jul
History museums struggle to update exhibits - Alton Telegraph
In an effort to boost numbers of visitors, museum and historical sites around the country are searching for new ways to update old exhibits amid a time of economic uncertainty and declining support for museums in general and history museums in particular.
Source:  Alton Telegraph

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5
Jul
Several Columbia museums offer free or reduced admission today - The State
It's the first Sunday of the month, which means that deals abound at local museums. Beat the heat today and spend the day exploring art, history or kid-friendly science. The Columbia Museum of Art offers free admission every Sunday, sponsored by Blue ...
Source:  The State

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5
Jul
At 82, a historian's quest for details continues - St. Cloud Times
Bill Morgan arrived in St. Cloud around the time that the Carnegie Library, the Saffron House and a group of Victorian houses on the south side were being torn down. That didn't sit well with the preservationist from Pipestone. "We were losing our ...
Source:  St. Cloud Times

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