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Friday, October 23, 2015

Brooklyn Musuem: some important moments in our institutional history.

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 In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.

Posted by Jennifer Neal

In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.

Posted by Jennifer Neal

In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.

Posted by Jennifer Neal
 In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.

Posted by Jennifer Neal
 In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.

Posted by Jennifer Neal

In celebration of NY Archives Week, the Brooklyn Museum Archives calls out some important moments in our institutional history.
The Wilbour Library of Egyptology, one of the world’s most important resources  for the study of ancient Egypt, opened in 1934. Today this Library, along with the resources in the Museum Archives, provides in depth information about all aspects of Ancient Egypt. This library originally belonged to Charles Edwin Wilbour, one of America’s first Egyptologists. Wilbour also acquired an antiquities collection that is now part of the Brooklyn Museum’s famed Egyptian collection. The Wilbour Archival collection documents Wilbour’s travels throughout Egypt and beyond.
Posted by Jennifer Neal