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Posted on January 01, 2018 - over 1 year ago
Posted on May 01, 2014 - over 5 years ago
Millet's Pioneer Women
The Millet Museum created the Millet's Pioneer Women exhibit to celebrate our own local women's contributions. As quoted by the CARMN project - "official" history all to frequently ignored the contribution of women. While the notion of the "hand that rocked the cradle ruling the world" is often citied, with respect to museum collections, the contextual material around the lives of girls and women is not generally collected. Domestic artefacts comprise a huge volume of c... More...
Posted on April 01, 2010 - over 9 years ago
From a Signpost in a Slough Exhibit
The exhibit "Millet: From a Signpost in a Slough" officially opened on Sunday, April 1, 2000 including four facades depicting early Millet ca 1891 - 1940. The facades feature The Millet Hotel, Burn Creamery, the Livery Barn built by Bob Elder in 1910, the Mercantile Store and supplemented by several cases and floor displays.
Posted on March 29, 2010 - over 9 years ago
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