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Nancy Allen Wolter

I've seen how you make objects in a museum come alive through your storytelling, and this is a great summary of how you do that. But I also admire how you have the facts and backstory so ready available, so when asked, you use that to spin another tale!

Marian Nance

I love museums and the global concepts that they preserve and tell our stories. When coupled with oral storytelling, history comes alive and is once again exciting. Wonderful article.

Myranette Robinson

I have various collections of things in my house. I find that telling the story behind it makes them easier to keep. Thanks for the blueprint, I may keep more things in my house.

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