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To Cast a Reflection By Oshawa Museum
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The Thomas Henry Correspondence Collection was donated to the Archival Collection of the Oshawa Museum in the spring of 2013. The Collection of over 520 individual documents, including personal... More > letters, receipts and business correspondence covering the period of 1850s to 1890s, seemed to almost be the contents of Thomas Henry's desk. Within the collection was a group of letters written to Thomas Henry from his children, grandchildren and other family members. These letters offer an intimate and personal view into the life of one of Oshawa's earliest settler families.< Less
The Annotated Memoir of Rev. Thomas Henry By Oshawa Museum
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Originally written, by his daughter-in-law Polly Ann Henry, the Memoir Of Rev. Thomas Henry: Christian Minister, York Pioneer, And Soldier Of 1812, was published in 1880, the year after... More > Henry’s death at age 81. Born in Ireland, Henry became an ordained minister in 1832 and in 1840 was chosen as pastorate of the Church of Whitby which later became affiliated with the Christian Church. Never one to be idle, Thomas also became President of the Sydenham Harbour Company and became Harbour Master in 1850. Throughout his life, Henry traveled extensively attending Christian conferences and preaching. The stone house that Thomas lived in with his family still stands in Oshawa’s Lakeview Park and is managed by The Oshawa Historical Society as the Oshawa Museum. The Annotated Memoir of Rev. Thomas Henry adds valuable context using newspapers, photographs, letters and other archival sources while retaining all the character of the original memoir as published by Polly Ann Henry.< Less
Archaeological Ethics and Laws By Haffenreffer Museum
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Have you ever wondered if archaeologists get to keep their finds? Do your students ask about excavating human bones? This packet begins by explaining the roles of ethics and laws archaeologists... More > must abide by and answers common questions non-archaeologists often have such as where archaeologists are allowed to dig and why can’t anyone dig wherever they want. This informational portion of the packet provides your students with such background information, and you may choose to have your students use these sections for group, partner, or independent reading. Following this are ready-to-use lesson plan activities by using real case studies. Students will reflect on the case studies and formulate well thought out responses to ethical dilemmas. Written for grades six through eight.< Less
Sankofa: African Americans in Rhode Island By Haffenreffer Museum
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A standards-linked resource packet for teaching about African American History and Culture in Rhode Island. Recommended for grades six through eight. A free electronic version is available on our... More > website. brown.edu/Haffenreffer< Less
Thirty Are Better Than One By Little Museum
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During the summer of 2008, British Artist, Joshua Sofaer, travelled around the Lofoten Islands visiting collections in private homes. By way of an invitation to collectors to share their passions,... More > Sofaer exhibited 350 of his own large collection of postcards of the Mona Lisa, some of which find their way into this catalogue.< Less
Museum Mile: Philadelphia's Parkway Museums By Richard Carreño
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'Museum Mile' takes a behind-the-scenes look at the arts and culural treasures that line Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The Parkway hosts more than a dozen major cultural institutions,... More > including two, the Barnes Foundation and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, that are without peer. Others like the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; and the Rodin Museum and Garden, a PMA subsidiary, have a much-heralded presence in the nation's arts world.< Less
Museum of Pocket Art Two Thousand Nine By the Museum of Pocket Art
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The Museum of Pocket Art began five years ago in response to an idea by author Walter Mosley: Everyone should carry with them a small artwork in a pocket to enrich their day and share with others.... More > MoPA took this idea and organized it into a formal venue for contemporary artists and patrons. MoPA introduces artwork from contemporary artists in an intimate and personal way. The Museum displays works of art created to fit inside a wallet, usually business-card-sized. MoPA shows at the opening of other art exhibits, or “leaches” the reception. At the reception, a MoPA representative approaches people individually and asks if he or she would like to visit the works on display. Currently MoPA hosts four shows a year.< Less
Milwaukee Art Museum 2011 Annual Report By Milwaukee Art Museum
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The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education. This annual report provides a comprehensive overview of the... More > Museum's activities and achievements during the 2011 fiscal year.< Less
Milwaukee Art Museum 2012 Annual Report By Milwaukee Art Museum
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The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education. This annual report provides a comprehensive overview of the... More > Museum's activities and achievements during the 2012 fiscal year.< Less
New Work: Art from the Workers of the New Museum By New Museum Workers
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First printing in conjunction with the exhibition, New Work: Art from the Workers of the New Museum Essay contributions accompany images from the exhibition "Introduction" Lena... More > Imamura "The New New Museum" Gregory G. Sholette "New Work [Place]" Maureen Connor "Take Your Daughter to Work" Ruby McNeil "Art is Wierd: Some Old Ideas for New Work" Alexander Seth Cameron Editor: Lena Imamura Advisory: Editor Alexander Seth Cameron Design: Lena Imamura, Alli Miller< Less

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