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Former KU graduate student Brittany Keegan (M.A. Museum Studies) brings history to life at the Watkins Museum: http://ow.ly/HXAwH
Common threads: Exhibition charts textiles' social role in local history
Brittany Keegan is standing opposite a massive quilt that hangs from the wall of a sun-drenched room on the second floor of the Watkins Museum of...

Former KU graduate student Brittany Keegan (M.A. Museum Studies) brings history to life at the Watkins Museum: http://t.co/wshnZj0Hqv


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