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Happy 90th Birthday: Babies of 1926
A small display to mark the 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Visit the Museum before 3rd July and you will have the chance to see a quirky display that features baby's clothing and other baby-related ephemera from 1926 - the year the Queen was born.
The display features two knitted baby's bonnets from the 1920s (pictured) along with a 'coatee' and a glass feeding bottle which was used to feed babies juice and medicines. The bottle comes with it's original box, teat and cleaning brush!
Alexia Clark, Collections Officer noted "how pleased the Museum is at being able to mark Her Majesty's 90th birthday using objects that were being used locally in 1926."
The display also includes a doll that has a bisque head with hand-painted details such as the eyelashes and brows. The doll depicts the infant Princess Elizabeth and was manufactured in Germany. It was bought for young lady who lived in Stonehouse.
Alexia continued, "once again, we have been able to utilise the collections in store to tell another local story with a national connection. We'll let visitors decide whether the doll might have been a good likeness though!"
The bite-sized display is on in the Collectors' Room at the Museum until the 3rd July 2016.
Museum Art Gallery Runner Up in Gloucestershire Awards
The Museum in the Park's Art Gallery was recently voted 'Runner Up' in the Gloucestershire Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017.
The Watery World of the Ichthyosaur
The Museum in the Park in Stroud has put on display an amazing 180 million old Ichthyosaur!
Palaeontology is a Dangerous Beast
An amazing exhibition is set to open on 27 May with some exciting family activities planned for the half term school holidays.
Celebrate Museums at Night at the Museum in the Park
Join the Museum in the Park for this special event staged to celebrate Museums at Night – the UK's ‘lates' festival for the culturally curious.
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