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Augusta Museum of History to expand

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The Augusta Museum of History will soon begin an expansion of the property located on Reynolds Street to allow for an increase in the amount of space available for exhibits.

According to Executive Director Nancy Glaser, a $1 million dollar expansion will relocate the museum’s woodworking shop ou...

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  1. Will the expansion include a book shop? With all the new arrivals in our community (Cyber Command and associated support companies) the museum should be their touchstone to learn about our community. The museum is the only one in my experience that lacks a book shop.

  2. This is very exciting news! When I was a kid I lived a block from the museum and would walk over (when it was in the old Academy of Richmond County). Was so glad to see it get it’s current location and equally so that it’s now expanding.

    I wonder I they know about the Crosby’s womenswear sign that needs a home inside the old Crosby’s/American Journeyman location…

  3. Will the AMH or any other local collections or public or academic libraries be receiving any of the artifacts from the Ft. Gordon Signal Tower collections since that building is being razed and the collections dispersed?

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