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Highlanders' Museum Jul 15
Replying to @HMuseum
This star is made out of bullet casings, which were frequently used in trench art. They were used to make stars, crucifixes and the handles of ornamental knives.
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Stirling Castle Jul 8
👑👜 Certainly one of the finest examples we've seen throughout many centuries
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Hester Dingle, MSc Apr 22
These labels are making my day "They destroy every thing in the house"
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Dr. Tiffany Reese Jul 1
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Speedway Motors Jun 24
Steve Kinser Sprint Car
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Uxbridge Historical Centre Jul 15
What a change - we found this photo in our records today of a windmill that used to be beside the Quaker Hill school!
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U.S. Secret Service Feb 11
To start this off right we wanted to show you the Wall of Honor. Before you enter the Secret Service museum you pass the Wall of Honor with the names of all those lost in the line of duty. This wall holds up our past, present and future.
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HMS Caroline Jul 15
One hundred years ago, the Mess Decks were used to house most of the ship’s company with enough space for up to 94 men to sling their hammocks and eat their food. ⚓️⚓️ Today, it's the Mess Deck Cafe where you can eat in the same place as the sailors!
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CleMuseumNatHistory Feb 18
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U.S. Secret Service Feb 25
These credentials found in the Secret Service museum were Director Elmer Washburn's from 1874. Agents, Officers and Administrative staff are given credentials similar to these proving that they are worthy of trust and confidence.
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Barnsley M&HT Feb 11
- is a stunning Georgian country house museum set in 70 acres of historic parkland and beautiful landscaped gardens. It’s the perfect day out for all the family
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Karma Nanglu Jun 10
The fossil halls re-opened on Saturday, and the gallery is absolutely amazing. There's so much to highlight, why not start with a clockwork beast mimicking the walk of an early tetrapod. A really visceral demonstration of .
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𝐊𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐞𝐬 𝐈 𝐑𝐞𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐧 Mar 11
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Gettysburg Foundation Jun 3
Happy ! This week join Elle and Chris as they discuss the civilian experience during the three days of battle at Gettysburg.
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U.S. Secret Service Mar 11
For this we wanted to celebrate the adoption of the White House Police into the Secret Service in March of 1929. This is a reproduction of the documents signed by President Hoover allowing this transfer.
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Clinton Library Jul 15
This double sided Japanese fan was a gift from the Japanese Association of Corporate Executives in 1994. The group was formed of independent leading executives of Japanese businesses in 1948.
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Zippo Jun 17
Can you guess how this lighter in the ended up flat as a 🥞?
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Marston House Museum Jun 24
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A.C. Jones Jul 15
Visited the Strategic Air and Space Museum in Nebraska today! I’m a big fan of any and all museums! What are some of your favorite museums to visit?
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BMW Welt I Museum Dec 10
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