Visitors Studies Association 2016 Conference Open for Registration
July 19-23, Hyatt Regency Boston With 14 in-depth workshops ranging from introductory statistics to data visualization and reporting, over 45
WWII Museum Announces Plan to Return Restored Patrol-Torpedo Boat to Home Waters
NEW ORLEANS – The National WWII Museum this week announced plans to return restored patrol-torpedo (PT) boat PT-305 to her home waters of Lake
Pulitzer Prize Winner Annette Gordon-Reed Elected Trustee of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (March 4, 2016) – The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (AASLH members since 1989) board of trustees has elected Pulitzer
When Baseball Went to War: U.S. Navy Baseball History Exhibit Opens at Puget Sound Navy Museum
The Puget Sound Navy Museum (AASLH members since 2015) in Bremerton, Washington is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit on March 4th.
The Heritage Society in Houston Receives Large Grant for Marketing
Award Encourages Visitors to Tour, Touch and Live Houston’s Storied Past Houston, TX – March 1, 2016 – Historians and preservation
February StEPs certificates
We congratulate these members who earned StEPs certificates last month! The Standards and Excellence Program for History
3 AASLH Members Honored as Finalists for IMLS National Medal
The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced 30 finalists for the 2016 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, including three
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington Welcomes New Curator from Germany
The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington (AASLH Member since 1990) is pleased to introduce our new curator, Christiane Bauer.