HOW'S YOUR MUSEUM?


| September/October 1980


Oldtime farm equipment and machinery are disappearing rapidly unless they are saved by organizations or individuals who see their value in helping record the past.

A number of organizations which hold annual rallies and other events, to which the public is invited, find that antiques of farming hold a lot of interest for those who attend.

IRON-MEN ALBUM plans a series of articles about museum-keeping, featuring some museums which have been started and are operating successfully, plus tips on what to collect, how to restore it, and how to exhibit it.

If you have any material for articles along this line, plus good black and white pictures, please send them along to Box 328, Lancaster, PA 17603.



Meanwhile we also welcome good color photos or slides of engines for possible covers.



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