Written by Andy Romanoff I love the small museums you find in out of the way places. Not so focused on the large, culture shaping events that are the concerns of the great museums they often concentrate on the lives of the people who lived nearby. In another story I wrote recently I said “There is history everywhere, the small history of everyday people. We can easily see plenty of stories and memorabilia from the lives of the famous and the big events that shape us, but maybe we could use a few more stories about the rest of us.” […]
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