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New Display: Touch Earth's oldest continent

Come enjoy a new, interactive display at the Rice Museum, featuring some of Planet Earth’s oldest rocks. Learn about the oldest-known mineral, rock, and fossil, and touch a genuine piece of each specimen on display! 31 more words


Compiled Events

I apologize for not sharing what has come in over the past 6 weeks.  On the other hand, no one has said “Boo” so perhaps trying to maintain this blog has become an unnecessary and futile task.   162 more words


2016 International Bookbinding Competitions

There are three fine art bookbinding competitions in 2016!

Here are key dates and links to more information and registration forms. 97 more words


A Guide to Good Corn, c. 1908

As we begin to say goodbye to the longer days of summer, we thought it a good opportunity to look back at UMD’s agricultural heritage and a guide to one of summer’s staples, corn. 182 more words

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Exhibits Update

We’ve been working hard to re-do most of our exhibits in our new locations on the third floor of Casa Loma. In addition we’ve been working hard to create an exhibit room that provides the history of the QOR since WWII. 46 more words


Exhibiting at KantCon

I’ll have an exhibit table at KantCon in Overland Park, KS on July 24th thru the 26th.

KantCon is a local gaming convention that my good friend… 152 more words

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The Pan-American Exposition of 1901 at The Buffalo History Museum

The Pan-American Exposition was held in Buffalo, NY in 1901.  It was essentially a World’s Fair that celebrated the growth of development in the Western Hemisphere, which made North and South Americas contenders to compete economically with Europe. 1,091 more words

Historical Trivia