After seeing our series of posts regarding our “What’s It Like [...] in Morrison County?” project and exhibit on AASLH’s Small Museums Online Community, we were asked to submit a post to The Incluseum blog. The post has been published and you can read it here.
Thanks to Rose and Aletheia of The Incluseum for asking us to talk about the Morrison County Historical Society’s philosophy of inclusiveness in collecting and sharing Morrison County history.
The Morrison County Historical Society was recently awarded a Legacy grant from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund in order to have an independent review of the Weyerhaeuser Museum’s heating and air conditioning system (HVAC) to solve a problem with extreme fluctuations in humidity.
Hannah Tran of Lakeland Public Television visited the museum in early January to film a segment on the grant. She spoke to Ann Marie Johnson, MCHS Curator of Collections, and Mary Warner, Museum Manager, about the project.
The segment aired January 4, 2013, and can be seen on YouTube.
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