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Articles with keyword "50 States of Preservation"

Gallery talk with Julie J. Thomson, curator of Begin to See: The Photographers o

50 States of Preservation: Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center in Asheville, NC

By Adriana Cutler

Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center in Asheville preserves Black Mountain College’s history of fostering important artistic collaborations and experimentation in new educational methods.

Visitors looking at the Richard Bong Center's newest display, a mock WWI trench.

50 States of Preservation: The Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center in Superior, WI

By Joel Wurl

The Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center, in Superior, Wisconsin, is a remarkable resource for enriching understanding of military history from World War II to the present.

Thistle Cottage in summer

50 States of Preservation: Muhlenberg County Public Libraries, Greenville, Kentucky

By Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant is helping Muhlenberg County Public Libraries preserve and provide better access to coal country and local history collections at Thistle Cottage.

Embroidered jacket from Jack's Place in Avalon, New Jersey,1970s

50 States of Preservation: New Jersey State Library in Trenton, New Jersey

By Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

An NEH grant supports the disaster planning and emergency management activities of the New Jersey Cultural Alliance for Response.

Display case

50 States of Preservation: The Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois

By Joel Wurl

Thanks in part to NEH, the Swenson Center will continue to ensure that an important chapter of American immigration history can be effectively studied and understood.

Quilt square, part of a quilt belonging to the Manderson Women’s Sewing Club

50 States of Preservation: Oglala Lakota College in Kyle, South Dakota

By Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helps Oglala Lakota College preserve archival materials used by Pine Ridge Reservation students, educators, and community members to experience and connect with their own history locally.

Early-20th c. child’s silk and cotton shoe from China.

50 States of Preservation: The Goldstein Museum of Design at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, MN

By Aia Yousef

The Goldstein Museum of Design in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota works to advance the understanding and appreciation of design in fashion and the fiber arts.

Laramie Plains Museum.

50 States of Preservation: Laramie Plains Museum in Laramie, WY

By Aia Yousef

Located in Laramie, Wyoming, the Laramie Plains Museum (LPM) serves as a repository for the city and region’s cultural heritage.

Entrance to the Muñoz-Marín house.  Entrada a la casa de Muñoz-Marín.

50 States of Preservation: Fundación Luis Muñoz-Marín in San Juan, Puerto Rico

By Ralph Canevali

In 2002, the Fundación Luis Muñoz-Marín obtained a Preservation Assistance Grant to carry out a preservation assessment of the collections in the historic house of Puerto Rico's first democratically elected mayor.

Label for Senate beer, produced by the Chr. Heurich Brewing Co.

50 States of Preservation: Heurich House Museum in Washington, DC

By Cathleen Tefft

Known as the “Brewmaster’s Castle,” the Heurich House was home to German immigrant, local brewer, and philanthropist Christian Heurich and his family for more than 60 years.