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AnHistorianAboutTown Oct 3
Although the in Bath is still closed, you can visit online!
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Royal Armouries Sep 24
Colts are often thought of as the quintessential American firearm. In doing so, however, a link much closer to home is often overlooked...
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Oxford University Museum of Natural History Oct 8
This year, the Museum is 160 years old! 🎉 Find out what we've done to celebrate in our new blog post: Celebrating 160 years of the Museum
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NecroNancy 👻🧟‍♂️ Oct 3
Today is a very rainy day and I think we could all do with some entertainment. Such as.....a new video!? 76: The Wigtown Martyrs... (The tweet below contains pictures of a written version of the video)
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Windsor & Royal Borough Museum Oct 5
To celebrate we’re looking for books to add our virtual exhibition . Share a photo of a book that’s special to you or has shaped your world for a chance to be featured 📚 👇
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RCP museum Oct 5
Stethoscopes are an almost universal symbol of medical professionals. 👩🏾‍⚕️🩺 But what do you know about their history? Museum curator takes us on a brief guided tour in her new video.
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Museum at FIT Sep 25
The Museum at FIT’s fall Fashion Culture programs have moved online! Watch from anywhere! Don’t miss any of our six thought-provoking conversations that will be released as YouTube Premieres. Register today for free.
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Museum at FIT Oct 2
Happy Birthday Donna Karan! Born on this day in 1948, Karan first made a name for herself with her “seven easy pieces” collection in 1985. This denim set dates to 1986. Visit our Online Collections to learn more about fashion history.
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The Cooper Ghoulery 🕸👻🎃 Oct 5
🧩 🧩 It's our 200th puzzle! To mark the occasion we have a BIGGER challenge Simply follow this link: ➡ You have until Friday at 12pm to achieve the best time, good luck!
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Computing History Sep 25
The Acorn Business Computer (ABC) was a series of micros announced in late '83. Before any shipped, the range was cancelled. The ABC 210 was later relaunched as the Acorn Cambridge Workstation, sold in low numbers to academics. Learn more:
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Bletchley Park Sep 26
Have you listened to our latest episode? 🎧 We haven't been able to host our Veterans' Reunion this year, so instead we're celebrating them by bringing the best recordings from previous Reunions to you ⬇️
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ChicagoHistoryMuseum Oct 2
In a nonpandemic world, people would be enjoying Oktoberfest now. Chicago's 1st substantial German community took shape in the 1850s on the Near North Side. The Red Star Inn (1899–1970) at 1528 N. Clark St. had both German & US dishes.
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Computing History Sep 30
The Olivetti M290 was released in 1984. The majority of the computer was on a 'processor card'. It shipped with a video card & monitor compatible with the IBM EGA standard. Ours was used by Chris Turner of Acorn Computers. Learn more:
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National Museum PH Oct 8
The Philippines is home to many native and endemic species of animals and plants. As you may have come to know from our series, its ancient past also harbors a stunning biodiversity that have yet to be… 📸 via
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Museum of Croydon Oct 13
Samuel Coleridge Taylor was the first black person to be accepted into the Royal College of Music as a violin student at 15 years of age. You can find out more about Samuel in our latest learning pack on black history in Croydon:
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Oct 12
We have an experimental opening, sorry invitations only at this point (although do contact us to discuss), coming up. Depending on a number of factors, we might be able to roll this going forward. In the meantime, here is a teaser!
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Museological Review Oct 13
Issue 25 of the Museological Review will explore the theme of '(Re)visiting Museums'. If you would like to have your say, take a look at our call for proposals, which can now be found here: .
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Beaty Biodiversity Museum 🐳 Sep 28
Mark your calendar! We are celebrating our 10th anniversary on OCT.16 and you are our special guest, in-person or online! Read all the details here
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ChicagoHistoryMuseum Oct 6
The Chicago skyline you see today was largely influenced by a Peruvian American architect who was born in Colombia & raised in Puerto Rico—Bruce Graham. His work includes the John Hancock Center & Sears Tower.
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A Painting A Day Oct 11
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