Museums are like icebergs—only a small portion of most museums' collections are visible to the public. The bulk remains "underwater," stored for future exhibits and preserved for the benefit of future generations. And sometimes fascinating artifacts are visible, but under-appreciated.
Davis-type windmill adapted for domestic use, D. M. Drais farm, Farmington, Calif.
Such is the case with . . . → Read More: San Joaquin County’s “Italian Windmills”
What comes to your mind when you think about World War II? Battles, soldiers, guns, airplanes, ships, and tanks? Perhaps you see images of Adolph Hitler and Franklin D. Roosevelt, or Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin. The number of different responses is probably endless.
Staff at the Museum are currently preparing an exhibit that will explore World . . . → Read More: Memories of World War II