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March 30, 2017ST. JOSEPH, Mo. | By: Hannah
Area residents will have the opportunity to take in two new historical exhibits coming to the area.
The St. Joseph Museum is re-opening an exhibit and debuting a brand new one this spring. The Harry L. George collection of over approximately 3,000 American Indian artifacts was a cornerstone of the St. Joseph Museum collection in the 1940s and is returning April 6. Public Relations Officer for St. Joseph Museums Kathy Reno says the American Indian Collection exhibit is bigger than it has ever been.
The second exhibit, "World War I St. Joseph: Reflections of Community and Conflict," is new to the St. Joseph Musuem. Reno says the exhibit opens on the 100 year anniversary of the United States entering the conflict.
The opening reception for both exhibits will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the St. Joseph Museum located at 3406 Frederick Avenue, on Thursday, April 6. For more information about the exhibits or museum operating hours contact 816-232-8471