Category Archives: Museum Work

The Christmas Spirit

  I came bounding in from a Downtown Springdale Alliance (DSA) public events committee meeting a month or so ago and announced to my co-workers that “we just have to participate in this year’s Christmas parade!” I felt it was the … Continue reading

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Breadcrumbs: Following the Paths Already Taken

Are you looking for entry into a lineage organization such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans or the Daughters American Revolution? College students often turn to these organizations or start hunting up Cherokee ancestry in hopes of finding scholarship money. Other people … Continue reading

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Dear Marilyn

Dear Marilyn, When we first met in the fall of 1987 I was fresh out of graduate school. Another grad and I were hired to oversee the construction of a new building for the Rogers Historical Museum (RHM). Amid the … Continue reading

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