TAM Docents: January 12 Training
Thanks to those of you who attended today’s lecture, The History of Japanese in Washington. I thought it was very interesting and I hope you did too. For those of you that missed it, while I didn’t have anyone volunteer to take notes, our speaker Gwen Perkins, provided a bibliography for those wanting to learn more. I will put the extra copies of those in the front of the binder for you to take. I will also put a copy of The History Museum’s magazine Columbia at the docent desk for you to look through. In particular, there is an article on Kenjiro Nomura whose work is in our permanent collection and we saw it on view during the Concise History exhibition.
Take care and keep warm,
Manager of Public and Volunteer Programs
& Interim Director of Education
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