Ceres California Museums
As CAO, Yoo will be a key member of MCASD's leadership team overseeing all aspects of the museum's development, membership and communication. In this role, Rachel supports the museum services team, which coordinates repatriation projects with North American institutions. She also helps organize appraisals for institutions such as the California Museum of Natural History, California State University, Santa Barbara, the University of California, San Diego and the Los Angeles County Historical Society. Rachel's husband, Dr. Michael Yoos, professor of anthropology at the University of Santa Cruz, was named director of the Center for Archaeology and Anthropology at Cal State Dominguez Hills (CSD).
She has tremendous energy and has always been committed to the museum and we are happy to have her, "she said. Eunice has worked at the California Museum of Natural History for more than 20 years, serving as an assistant manager for corporate giving. She has led fundraisers for the Santa Barbara County Historical Society, California State University and the University of California, San Diego. Since its arrival, Ceres has brought new partnerships, including a partnership with the Los Angeles County Museum District (MCASD) and a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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If you live anywhere near Hughes and want to learn about the city's unique history, check out the Hughton Historical Society.
To find out about the records in your district, use the county clerk's office or the online database of the California Public Register. Perform a Google search for Hughton County Records or Hughes County Records and you will receive a copy of the records written by the clerk and the district court, as well as the date of birth.
The special collection space at the Modesto Library includes the Hughes County Library collection of works by Hughton County historians and historians. The museum is a large room filled with pictures, artifacts and newspaper articles on Hughes's history. It includes photos from the office of the county council as well as photos and photographs from the library archive.
The small-format painting in the library belongs to the so-called classicism, when the work of the famous Flemish artist was mentioned. Rubens has generally changed something in his work in the repetition of his works, and his signed works themselves undoubtedly occupy a special place. X-ray examination, we see many details in this painting that were missing in the original version of the composition.
The nudity of the putub in the Hermitage painting appears to have been partially covered with a leaf, vine or cloth, the second version was once found in Filippi's collection in Hamburg, but now belongs to the Swiss collector Herman Beyeler. Rubens, together with his colleague Frans Snyders, who painted the garland of fruit, signed the "Hermitage of Ceres" with his signature, which is usually dated no later than 1615. Researchers believe that it was created around 1615-1617 and is one of his most important works of that time.
The first one has been in the hermitage since 1615, when it was bought for Catherine the Great, and the second in 1617 for her daughter Catherine of Aragon.
His father Luther came here from Oklahoma and ran the store until 1988, when he retired. In 1986 Henry became a member of the board of directors of the Oklahoma State Historical Society, where he continues to serve today.
In the same year he founded Richland Ministries, which promoted Southern gospel music in concert and on the radio, as well as family gospel groups performing in Western states. The Gage family, consisting of Henry, his wife Mary and their four children, played individually, in small and large ensembles. Some of the youngsters played the piano, while the boys played guitar and the girls also played the Celtic harp. The first and second half of the programme featured tunes performed by the Gages and some other family members, such as Henry's wife Mary.
After the land was privately owned, the subsequent transactions were recorded in the District Court, where the files are currently housed. After a long-time family member, Mary Gage, a mother who had become a singer for the Southern gospel group Richland Ministries, the group retired to their home in Santa Rosa. To ensure that the museum would be open on the day I visited, I contacted Hughes Town Hall and received a number from its president, Doris. I couldn't find contact information on their Facebook page, but they contacted me by email.