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Curator Corner

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Happy Halloween and creepy dolls.

Happy Halloween and creepy dolls

Happy Halloween! As a tribute to all the dolls that make our hearts race, this edition of the Curator Corner features procedure dolls from the recently acquired group of early 20th century artifacts from Mountain Home VA Medical Center in eastern Tennessee. Some of these dolls are super creepy. 

What goes into a collection?

What goes into a collection?

So the VA is getting its own museum? That's pretty cool! But what goes into finding the right pieces to display? Or how to even start a museum from scratch? The National VA History Center's curator Kurt Senn tells you how. He's new on the gig, but he's experienced, so he knows a thing or two about this. Take a peek at what he's doing now to start this VA museum! 

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