A separate dated and timed ticket required for EACH temporary exhibition AND General Admission.
Sam Schiller manages the document portion of the Museum’s archives. These materials include administrative records, scientific research, architectural drawings, and assorted artifacts from the Museum’s history. In his role as collections data manager, he manages the EMu collections database for the Integrative Collections Branch.
In 1918, devastating flu pandemic swept over the world.
Masks, cleaning protocols, resistance, and caskets became part of the norm. Health care workers, families, communities and government fought valiantly to stop the spread.
What was it like in Denver, at the Museum and in commuinties around Colorado? Our Museum archivist and one historical enactor discuss and imagine.
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