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Conserving MPM's World Famous Typewritters: How Was It Done? Why Does It Matter?

Feb. 12, 2013 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Get a taste of some of the great research happening in Milwaukee during these monthly lunch & lecture presentations. Take an optional guided pre-lecture docent tour, explore the topic du jour with an MPM curator or special guest, and if you’re hungry for more, stay for a great lunch.Today's topic is "Conserving MPM's World-Famous Typewriters: How Was It Done? Why Does It Matter?" Presented by Christine Del Re, Senior Conservator. Meet near the Will-Call desk in Gromme Lecture Hall on the first floor.

Cost is $24 for non-members, $19 for members. Lecture only is $5; free for members Registration required - call (414) 278-2728 to register.

Milwaukee Public Museum
800 W. Wells St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Venue Description:
The Milwaukee Public Museum is a museum of human and natural history that interprets the world's culture and natural heritage through collections, research, education and exhibits. Created in 1882, the museum has many interesting exhibits such as The Streets of Old Milwaukee, The Living Oceans, The Rain Forest and Butterflies Alive. Visit the museum's Web site for hours, admission fees and more specific information on the exhibits and special attractions.
Milwaukee Public Museum