My curiosity has taken me to observe antique veterinary medicine instruments displayed in a hall way adjacent to the Veterinary College Library, the glass models of invertebrates at the Mann Library and the Corson-Mudd atrium and the Rouleaux mechanical models at Upson Hall. Each of these sites have done a magnificent orderly presentation of their collections. Saturday I enjoyed viewing the collections in the Central New York Living History Center in Homer, New York. Several weeks ago I also had a chance to see an impressive set of displays at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont. All of these activities have given me inspiration for setting up a display of the remaining Cornell Agricultural Museum artifacts in Riley-Robb Hall.
|An Elegant Display - Corson-Mudd Atrium|