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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Wells Fargo has nine history museums: Anchorage, Alaska; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Phoenix, Arizona; Portland, Oregon; and in California, Los Angeles; Old Town San Diego; San Francisco; and two in Sacramento – Old Town and Capital Mall. Next fall, our tenth will… Continue reading
Joycee Wong has this follow-up to her post last month about Dia de los Muertos, its uses, you might say, and its importance. And with Thanksgiving next week, it speaks to us on several other levels, too. (CR) Ingredients: 1… Continue reading
Earlier this year I came across a remainder certificate from the banking clearing house that was hastily set up in Rhyolite, Nevada, following the panic of 1907. Although I visited Rhyolite as a kid, I had never taken the time… Continue reading
Tom Bennett is our Curator in Anchorage since 2009. He builds exhibits well enough to be called the “Obi Wan of mounts” among our Museum folks. (Honest!) Tom is a wildlife fan, a photographer and artist, and we’re pleased to… Continue reading
Look at these guys — young, brash, tough. Warriors. The reality, of course, is that their youth was probably stowed away PDQ after seeing combat. You know, 20 going on 50, almost overnight. Every story a Vet tells you, that… Continue reading
Here are two interesting documents to add to my earlier article on First National Bank of Crows Landing. I recently stumbled upon a couple of envelopes sent to Clinton Pike Crow, an uncle of Benjamin Franklin Crow, a founder of… Continue reading