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Los Angeles, California
Emma Thorne-Christy is a Los Angeles based exhibition designer with an M.F.A. in Exhibit Design and a B.A. in American Studies. She specializes in cultural, history and social justice exhibits. Her services include project management, architectural and spatial design, graphic design, and participatory and interactive design. more...
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Museums
12/12
McCrossan Boys Ranch - Visitor Center Museum
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
12/11
The Mariners' Museum and Park
Newport News, Virginia
12/10
Hand Art Center
DeLand, Florida
12/10
University of Florida University Galleries
Gainesville, Florida
Museum Vendors
12/12
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
12/10
American Alliance of Museums
Washington, District of Columbia
12/04
Luci Creative
Lincolnwood, Illinois
Museum Associations
12/10
The Florida Lighthouse Association
Saint Augustine, Florida
12/10
National Genealogical Society
Arlington, Virginia
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Benicia, California
Culture, History, Historic House, Park
Benicia Capitol State Historic Park is the site of California’s third seat of government (1853-54). It is the only pre-Sacramento Capitol that survives. The original building has been restored with reconstructed period furnishings and exhibits. The interior includes a board-for-board reconstruction of the building’s original floor with ponderosa pine.
Benicia, California
Historic House
Benicia Fire Museum in Benicia, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Benicia, California
History
Benicia Historical Museum in Benicia, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Benicia, California
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
All of the buildings on the complex are built of native California sandstone quarried right off the site. Their massive, austere style set a precedent at the Arsenal that was followed for most of the buildings constructed in the 1850's. The Arsenal is one of only three locations where native California sandstone was used for US military installations. The other two are Ft. Sill in Oklahoma and Ft. Tejon near Gorman, CA.
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