San Francisco, California
The Small Museum Association is an all-volunteer organization serving small museums in the mid-Atlantic region and beyond.
We are a membership organization focused on private owners of homes built prior to 1945. We provide a community and resources aimed to help them make good restoration/preservation decisions in pursuit of sound stewardship.
West Middletown, Ohio
Local Groups, Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
Yearly membership dues are $2.00 which includes three newsletters that feature schools and school life of yesteryear; access to reserach lists that provide all that is currently known about a building; and an open invitation to presentations given to area historical societies and groups. A video, pictures, early school items, and displays enhance the program. Aside from early schools, S.P.O.O.R.S.
Columbia, South Carolina
The South Carolina Federation of Museum's mission is to serve, represent, advocate and promote the best interests of South Carolina museums thereby strengthening professional standards and procedures, facilitating communication, fostering inclusiveness and increasing professionalism and sustainability of institutional resources.
The Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC), begun in 1951, is a nonprofit membership organization that serves 12 states throughout the Southeast - Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia - and Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. SEMC fosters professionalism, mutual support, and communication among its members and the larger museum community.
When your family is gathered around the dining table, there are a wide variety of things you can talk about. Your kids can talk about gossip at school. You can gripe about work. Your wife or husband can gossip. This kind of talk is actually kind of empty. If anything, this kind of talk doesn’t really build up your family and reduces everyone into petty gossips.
Bismarck, North Dakota
The Museum of the State Historical Society of North Dakota collects, interprets, and preserves diverse items relating to North Dakota and her citizens. We research, write, and produce exhibits for the state museum, historic sites, and our traveling exhibit program. We provide assistance to individuals and organizations on preserving and interpreting their collections. We are the oldest and largest museum in North Dakota. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.