Category Archives: Stories and Memoirs

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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An Inspiration

Guest blogger Corryn Hall, now attending law school at the University of Missouri, was the Shiloh Museum’s education assistant when she conducted a series of oral history interviews¬†with¬†Betty Davis of Fayetteville, Arkansas. By Corryn Hall Back when I worked at … Continue reading

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The Importance of Cherry Pie

We who work here at the museum have a long-standing tradition of celebrating staff birthdays. At the beginning of the year we draw names to see whose birthday each of us is in charge of. “In charge of” means providing … Continue reading

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