Category Archives: The Natural World

Down the Rabbit Hole

I have become well aware of the “rabbit holes” one can discover and disappear into while cataloging donations. Recently I processed a collection of Basore family papers given to us by Patricia Konstam. The Basores lived in Berryville (Carroll County), … Continue reading

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And You Thought Your Day Stunk

Historic buildings have many unique qualities about them, but they can present some unique problems as well. In addition to almost constant maintenance, there are other issues that pop up, especially with larger buildings such as barns. Barns have nooks … Continue reading

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Out the Window and On the Grounds

Though located in the center of downtown Springdale, the Shiloh Museum grounds are host to a surprising amount of wildlife. Having been privileged to enjoy the grounds during┬ámy 30 years at the museum, I have seen most of the various … Continue reading

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