Sixty years’ worth of stories shared at Humboldt Museum

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on May 7th, 2019

Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery is attaching context to its collection of artifacts and photographs.

Stories of Humboldt, a series of exhibits hosted by the museum, tells 11 new stories throughout the city’s upbringing from 1909 to the ’60s.

Catherine Harrison, cultural programmer for the museum, told northeastNOW the idea of Stories of Humboldt is to bring more life and connect meaning to the objects the museum has in its collection. Read more...

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