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By Loretta (Stevens) Bailey Now: As long as humans have existed, hair grooming has been part of life. But when did it change from a necessity to a form of expression by styling, culture, and identity? Well, we are going to journey back and explore hair styling by comparing what was going on in our […]
By Loretta (Stevens) Bailey Now: One day after numerous phone calls from the telephone marketers, which has been going on for years. I had a thought about snake oil salesmen of days gone past. I did some reading about snake oil on-line. Found this definition on Wikipedia. The term snake oil has since been established […]
The ledger pictured above was recently donated the museum. While the outside appears as a simple ledger, the inside contains insight into one of our local organizations: Women of Woodcraft. The ledger has the minutes of each meeting, as well as correspondence. One letter, sent from the head of the organization on December 9, 1918, […]
Toast is a staple breakfast item that is simple to make with the use of a toaster. However, before the invention of the electric toaster, it was a time-consuming task. Hand sliced bread would be held with a long metal fork or in a metal frame held over a flame. As wood and coal stoves […]