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Museums participating include: The American Textile History Museum; Blue Hills Science Observatory; Clinton Historical Society; Ecotarium; Eric Carle Picture Book Museum; Fitchburg Art Museum; Fruitlands Museum; Gallery of African Art; MIT Science Activity; Museum of Russian Icons; Plimoth Planation; Springfield Museum; New Bedford Whaling Museum; and the USS Constitution.
at the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Mass., the Society's Committee on History & Heritage designated the machines a Historic Mechanical Engineering Collection.
Approximately 60 supporters of the American Textile History Museum, along with a group of ASME members from the Boston Section, were on hand.
LOWELL, Mass.-Looking to provide interested parties with easier access to its collections, the American Textile History Museum has launched an online catalog of its artifacts.
Coleman, executive director of the American Textile History Museum.
The American Textile History Museum, founded in 1960, tells America's story through the art, history and science of textiles.
Her credits also include her work as a trustee of the New England Quilt Museum, the American Textile History Museum, Lawrence Academy and Lasell College, and she serves on the advisory board of the Revolving Museum.
And next spring, the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Mass., will carry an exhibit of fiber art.
LOWELL, Mass.-The American Textile History Museum, based here, is preparing to display its comprehensive collections online.
Her credits also include her work as trustee of the New England Quilt Museum and the American Textile History Museum. She is a director of the Enterprise Bank & Trust Corporation.
include: American Textile History Museum; Blue Hill Observatory; Charles River Museum on Industry and Innovation; Clinton Historical Society; The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art; Fitchburg Art Museum; Fort Devens Historical Museum; Gallery of African Art; Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts; Girl Scouts Museum; Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation; Massachusetts Watershed Coalition; Museum of Russian Icons; Plimoth Plantation; Springfield Museums; and Willard House and Clock Museum.
The program will be housed permanently in Lowell, Mass., at the American Textile History Museum, the largest and most comprehensive textile museum in the country.
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