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Friday, July 15, 2011

Do you have an object of curiosity in your cabinet?

Every object has a story.

The Fall 2010 issue of British Columbia History told the story of piece of trench art in the collection of the Maple Ridge Museum & Archives.

The Winter 2010 issue of British Columbia History told the story of a piece of mail lost in the Fraser River in 1899.

Do you have an object of curiosity in your cabinet? Send me 300 to 400 words with a high-resolution image of the object, telling me the story of the object. Email your story to: bcheditor(at)bchistory.ca, or mail it to: Editor, British Columbia History, PO Box 21187, Maple Ridge BC, V2X 1P7

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